When it comes to teething, all babies are different. But your baby will probably get their first tooth some time during their first year.
Keep reading to find out how to spot when your baby is teething and what order your baby’s teeth are likely to appear in.
Some babies are born with their first teeth. Others start teething before they are 4 months old, and some after 12 months. But most babies start teething at around 6 months.
Baby teeth sometimes emerge with no pain or discomfort at all. At other times, you may notice that:
Some people think that teething causes other symptoms, such as diarrhoea and fever, but there’s no evidence to support this.
You know your baby best. If they have any symptoms that are causing you concern, then seek medical advice. You can call NHS 111 or contact your GP.
Here’s a rough guide to how babies’ teeth usually emerge:
Most children will have all of their milk teeth by the time they are two and a half years old.
SOURCE: NHS UK