A 25-year-old mother was worried about breastfeeding her newborn baby girl in Wales who had two fully formed front teeth.
Chloe, the new mother, gave birth to 7lb 2oz daughter named Rose Esme Pullen on 22 August, who surprised the nurses and midwives with her front teeth fully grown, according to Wales Online.
Generally, most of the babies start teething at around six months, but this little girl astounded everybody in the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
Chloe said, "I had a caesarean so I was under general anaesthetic but when I came round my husband told me our daughter had teeth."
"Everybody came to the ward to see her – you could tell it was rare," she told Wales Online.
According to Daily Mail, Chloe and her husband Daniel were so surprised to see their baby's teeth and sent their pictures to friends and family.
She said that the incisors looked like normal teeth, but when observed it was Rose's gum that rose at the front of her mouth. She further told Wales Online, "I was worried about breastfeeding her but it didn't hurt. I could not actually feel her teeth."
Apparently, baby Rose's teeth were removed three days after she was born.
According to Chloe, it might be hereditary as her mother was also born with one front tooth.
Doctors say that these types of cases happen in about one in every 2,000 to 3,000 babies.