Many parents ask when do babies teeth come through? Generally teething will start by 6-8 months but can vary a bit earlier or later with some babies (between 3-12 months).
Once teeth begin to erupt they will usually do so in a specific teething order. Please see the chart below for what teeth erupt first and when. It also shows when you can expect those baby teeth to fall out or be shed.
When do babies teeth come through?
More about babies teeth
- The basic beginnings of teeth begin to form in the unborn fetus at 4 to 6 weeks.
- Your child will have 20 primary teeth (first teeth) by the time they turn 30 to 36 months old.
- These primary teeth will shed or fall out by the age of 12 years old and be replaced with permanent teeth (adult teeth).
When should baby first see the dentist?
Your baby’s first dentist visit should occur shortly after their first teeth erupt or they turn 12 months old.