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When do babies usually begin teething?

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Dr. Jason Clark
Dentistry - Pediatric
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 4 months to 1 year

There is wide variation with the start of teething.
It usually starts between the ages of 4 months and 1 year.

In brief: 4 months to 1 year

There is wide variation with the start of teething.
It usually starts between the ages of 4 months and 1 year.
Dr. Jason Clark
Dr. Jason Clark
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Dr. David May
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 6 Months

Give or take a few months, but even 12 months would not be completely unusual.

In brief: 6 Months

Give or take a few months, but even 12 months would not be completely unusual.
Dr. David May
Dr. David May
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Dr. BEHRAM DALAL
Dentistry

In brief: Typically and

Historically it's been around the six month mark for the bottom front teeth (central incisors) to start poking through.
Of course these days all the dental growth charts are out the window with our kids developing younger and younger. But then again we have some who are late dentally - i would not be concerned if its 8-10 months. If you are concerned consult with the child's md or pedodontist.

In brief: Typically and

Historically it's been around the six month mark for the bottom front teeth (central incisors) to start poking through.
Of course these days all the dental growth charts are out the window with our kids developing younger and younger. But then again we have some who are late dentally - i would not be concerned if its 8-10 months. If you are concerned consult with the child's md or pedodontist.
Dr. BEHRAM DALAL
Dr. BEHRAM DALAL
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