Teething: Your Baby's First Teeth

NEWMARKET, Ontario - June 24, 2021 - PRLog -- If your baby is irritated throughout the daytime and restless during the nighttime, you should consider the possibility that they are beginning their teething process. Here is some information you need to be aware of in order to take care of your child and their dental health in the best way possible.

When does teething start in babies?

For most babies, the first sprout of a tooth can be seen when they are 4 to 7 months old. Early developers get their first tooth when they are just 3 months old and late bloomers can have their first tooth sprout in a year or more. In the rarest cases, a baby has the first tooth at the time of birth.

In what order do teeth come?

The incisors (teeth in the front) usually grow in first, while the others begin to grow in after. The bottom front ones are most commonly seen first, but sometimes the two on the upper front side make an appearance. After that, the canines come and as the baby grows, eight molars...

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