Baby teeth first appear in the mouth at an average of 4-6 months. The first baby teeth to come in are located on the top and bottom front and center of the mouth.
Drooling, irritation, lack of sleep and appetite, and sore gums.
Gently rubbing their gums with clean fingers may help relieve symptoms. Cool teething rings or moist gauze pads can also help.
On average by age 3
On average the first adult teeth appear around age 6. These teeth are usually the first molars.
Morning appointments tend be best when children are alert and not hungry. Avoid scheduling appointments around nap times as children can get cranky and less compliant.
Cleaning your baby’s mouth within a few days after birth is desirable. You can use a clean and moist washcloth.