As he barely opens his mouth to let us brush his teeth I've thus far been unable to get an extension-ringed-macro-yet-wide-angle shot of the inside of the wingpiglet's mouth, so it's hard to be certain which molars he has on each side and set and which have yet to come. He has only four teeth more to collect of his junior starter dentition pack but I think those he has are not mirrored by a corresponding grinding surface on the same side and position, rendering him still unable to deal effectively with things like apple skins or carrots.

Hopefully getting all his teeth in nice and early will result in a non-intersection of tooth-related wailing with normal infant behavioural wailing, which appears imminent.

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