New research has found that premature babies, these are babies that are born before the thirty-third week of pregnancy, end up with teeth that are 10% smaller than those babies who go full term. Although there is not much that can be done to resolve this issue, we thought it would make sense to inform you about it.
There is a small bright side to this. The research was performed on babies over fifteen years, and with the latest technology being performed on premature babies today, the researchers feel this may not apply as much anymore. To read the whole story, you can check out: http://dentalhealthpress.com/premature-babies-grow-smaller-teeth