Have a teething baby at home? If so, I’m sure life hasn’t exactly been carefree lately, but, trust me, you will get through it.
It might help to have a better understanding of what your child is experiencing when teething. Knowing when teeth begin cutting through the gums, and why your baby is showing different symptoms, can give you a better idea of what to expect.
Every child develops at a slightly different pace, which is why you will see that there is a range of ages for the timeline provided below. It is important that every child is provided with items that are safe to mouth. These items should be things that your child can safely bite down on in order to help his/her teeth cut through the gums and to promote oral-motor development.
Children have a total of 20 teeth in their mouths. This includes the central incisors, lateral incisors, cuspids, first molars, and second molars.
Follow the timeline below to get an estimation...