Sir.—We read with interest the recent article about natal teeth.1 The author found an incidence of one in 3392 births. The Gallup (NM) Indian Medical Center has approximately 1500 deliveries a year. Our patients are mostly Navajo. Natal teeth are sufficiently commonplace that we tend to neglect to make a note of them. After reading Leung's article, we checked the next 118 charts we came across and found three children with natal teeth. All were female.