How many incisors does a six year old have?
Incisors are the four front teeth found in each jaw. They should be in by age 2 years for the primary or baby teeth and 7-8 years for the secondary teeth. A six year old may have a mixture of primary and secondary teeth.
there are four incisors two central and two lateral in each arch one central and one lateral in each quadrant and two canines in each arch behind the lateral incisors one in each quadrant and 4 premolars in each arch two in each quadrant after the canines finally we have six molars in each arch three in each quadrant