When it comes to teeth, all babies are different. But your baby will have teeth during the first year. The dentition usually begins around four to eight months with the lower front teeth and continues until the age of 30-36 months, when the last set of molars appears.

During the period of appearance of teeth, inflammation of the gums, salivation, loss of appetite, rashes around the mouth, mild temperature, diarrhea, increased bites and rubbing of the gum, and even rubbing to the ears, appear. These symptoms were reported by 70-80% of parents, according to an article in the British Dental Journal. So why not all infants show symptoms of teeth?

In what order do milk teeth appear?

Here’s a rough guide to how babies’ teeth usually appear:

Most children will have all milk teeth by the age of 2 and a half. If the teeth erupt from milk erupt in an improper way and this leads to a permanent non-aligned dentition, we advise you to make a visit to the dentist in advance.

Proper teeth alignment can be achieved with the help of braces, and the younger the age, the faster the teeth are corrected.

Symptoms of baby teeth appearance

Milk teeth sometimes appear without pain or discomfort at all. Other times, you may notice that:

Tips to help your baby when his teeth appear

Teeth can be disturbing for some babies, but there are ways to lighten them. Every baby is different, and maybe you’ll have to try a few different things until you find something that works for your baby:

If your baby is coughing or has a high fever and symptoms of a cold or flu, contact your pediatrician. High fever with symptoms of colds and flu is not related to the teeth, but it is actually a sign that your baby is sick.

The advice of specialists is that from the very beginning of the growth of teeth to resort to the services of a dental office.

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