Is it normal to have no teeth at 12 months of age?
In some rare situations the teeth may not erupt because something is blocking the path of eruption into the mouth or the teeth have not formed at all. If you are concerned you should take your child to see the dentist for a consultation. The dentist will look for signs of the teeth and advise a follow – up or xrays if your child is older.
Missing teeth tend to occur within families so if this is the case let your dentist know. If there are missing teeth, the dentist can advise you on appropriate management strategies.