When do Babies Begin Teething?

Most babies begin teething somewhere between six to twelve months. Usually, the last primary molar pops through by age three.

Please download our Baby Teething Chart

Baby Teething Chart:  See When Your Baby’s Teeth Will Come In

 

UPPER TEETH ERUPT SHED
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
LOWER TEETH ERUPT SHED
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

How do I know if my baby is teething?

To find out if your baby is teething read 4 Symptoms of a teething baby.

Dr Christy Jen DDS

Dr. Christy Jen received her undergraduate and dental degree from the University of Washington, and completed her pediatric dental training at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. She practiced in Michigan and Louisiana while her husband finished his surgery training before finally making Alaska their home.

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