Most babies begin teething somewhere between six to twelve months. Usually, the last primary molar pops through by age three.
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|Central incisor||8-12 months||6-7 years|
|Lateral incisor||9-13 months||7-8 years|
|Canine (cuspid)||16-22 months||10-12 years|
|First Molar||13-19 months||9-11 years|
|Second Molar||25-33 months||10-12 years|
|Second molar||23-31 months||10-12 years|
|First molar||14-18 months||9-11 years|
|Lateral incisor||17-23 months||9-12 years|
|First Molar||10-16 months||7-8 years|
|Central incisor||6-10 months||6-7 years|
To find out if your baby is teething read 4 Symptoms of a teething baby.
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