As a child grows, you’ll be on the lookout for those first small teeth to pop out through the gums, which is a thrilling milestone. Although teething might be difficult for some newborns, the benefit is you’ll be rewarded with a plethora of toothy smiles

Find out when your baby’s first tooth is expected to emerge, as well as when and in what sequence the remaining of your baby’s teeth will appear.

Types of Baby Teeth

By the age of three, your children will have developed 20 main teeth.

Primary Teeth Development Chart

Upper Teeth Age tooth pops out Age tooth falls out
Central incisor 8 to 12 months 6 to 7 years
Lateral incisor 9 to 13 months 7 to 8 years
Canine 16 to 22 months 10 to 12 years
First molar 13 to 19 months 9 to 11 years
Second molar 25 to 33 months 10 to 12 years
Lower Teeth    
Second molar 23 to 31 months 10 to 12 years
First molar 14 to 18 months 9 to 11 years
Canine 17 to 23 months 9 to 12 years
Lateral incisor 10 to 16 months 7 to 8 years
Central incisor 6 to 10 months 6 to 7 years


Common symptoms of teething in babies

  • Mild Fever is a common symptom of baby teething
  • Drooling and a Runny Nose
  • Appetite for Solid Foods is Reduced
  • Excessive chewing and biting
  • Irritation in ears

Tips to comfort a baby during teething

  • Biting on the Teething rings helps a lot .keep the rings cool for some time(Not frozen) and give to babies
  • Putting pressure to the gums helps alleviate a lot of the pain that a baby feels when teething. Massage the gums with a cleaned moist washcloth, finger, or damp cotton pad.
  • Fill a sippy cup with water and give it to your baby to suck on when they are in discomfort. However, do not fill the bottle with juice or milk to relieve discomfort. Tooth decay is associated with prolonged contact with sugary drinks.
  • If discomfort is out of hands please seek professional help.