As Johns Hopkins Medicine points out, thumb sucking is a common childhood habit that starts early. While thumb sucking isn't an issue in babies or young children, adult thumb sucking may be embarrassing and in some cases may pose oral health problems. Thumb sucking in infants and.
Adult thumb sucking is more common that people think, but it is a of four because prolonged sucking after the permanent teeth have started to.
If thumb sucking does continue after the first adult teeth have come through ( normally around the age of 6 or 7), it may cause or contribute to teeth being pushed.
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