Ahh, the joys of teething babies – brings new beginnings and yes, possibly some tears too (from babies AND parents!). The best thing you can do to prepare for teething is to anticipate when it might happen. A baby teeth chart is often a useful way to get a rough idea of when your child might their first set of teeth, or primary teeth. So take this baby teeth chart, hang it on your fridge, in your child’s room, or even store it in your wallet!
Using the Baby Teeth Chart
As per our baby teeth chart, kids will typically get their lower central incisors first around the age of 6 months, followed closely by the upper central incisors around the age of 8 months. Baby teeth typically have spaces between them, which is completely normal to allow room for adult teeth to erupt in the future.
Keep in mind, this baby teeth chart is a guideline only. Do not panic if your child is getting teeth earlier or later than what the chart outlines. Every child is different and that’s what makes us love them even more! Should you have any questions about our baby teeth chart or if you have any concerns about your child’s teeth, be sure to contact our office!