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Double Tooth Photos

Since starting Oral Answers, many people frequently email me photos that would be useful to share with everyone here on Oral Answers to illustrate a particular dental condition.  Since many parents end up coming to Oral Answers via the page on double teeth, I thought it would be appropriate to start a collection of double tooth photos.

This double tooth photo collection will start out with the three photos below.  If your child has a double tooth (either gemination or fusion), a photo of your child would benefit other parents who come to this site searching for photos and information.

To get your photo below, simply use this contact form or simply send them to OralAnswers [at] gmail [dot] com, replacing the bracketed words with the normal email symbols.

Double Tooth Photos

This first photo is the one I featured on the original post that discusses double teeth.  It is Rachel’s son, who has gemination:

Double Tooth Gemination

The following two photos are from Tiffany.  At first glance, her son appears to have a gemination tooth on the opposite side as Rachel’s son in the photo above:

Double Tooth from Tiffany

Here’s a close-up of the tooth pictured above:

Double Tooth Tiffany

Here’s an updated photo of Tiffany’s son now that he’s two years old:

Double Tooth 2 Years Old

Submit Your Photos

I would love it if you would submit your photos of a double tooth to help parents gain a better knowledge of what double teeth can look like.  Please use this contact form or simply send them to OralAnswers [at] gmail [dot] com, replacing the bracketed words with the normal email symbols.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave a comment in the comments section below.  Thanks for reading!

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  1. Please i want to know If its normal for my six week Old’s upper gum to be uneven. As all the babies around me have even gum

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