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Secondary teeth are another name that refers to the permanent ones. These teeth often have bumpy edges after permanent teeth finally erupt. These are called mammelons, and are normal! They will become more flat as time passes. The shade of their new teeth is another aspect that parents notice. The permanent teeth tend to be slightly lighter in shade than infant teeth.
Your child’s color change does indicate that the child is not brushing correctly. It is possible to notice a change in the shade of your teeth after they are cleaned or given the treatment of periodontal. The shade becomes less apparent when permanent teeth lack the contrast of baby teeth close to them. Soon after or concurrently with that eruption first permanent central incisors is the the first permanent molars of six years to the rear of the mouth.
There are not many indications and symptoms that can be related to it. The gums may become uncomfortable during the first few days after teeth begin to emerge. The eruption of the tooth usually has no effect on daytime sleep and other activities.
Consult your dentist if have any questions.