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When will teeth come out?

Deciduous teeth start to come out when a child is six months old. At around the age of two and a half, all deciduous teeth are erupted. Permanent teeth start to erupt and replace deciduous teeth at the age of six, and at this time, deciduous teeth begin to wobble and fall out gradually.

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