When do babies get teeth?

Teeth can appear in babies from birth (in very rare cases) through to 12 months, although from 6 to 10 months is most common. Many babies teethe with no apparent problems, although it’s common for the process to cause discomfort and pain.

Your baby’s 20 teeth can emerge in any order, and it’s easy to miss the arrival of first teeth or mistake teething for general discomfort, earache or other mild illnesses.

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