Teething

Introduction

Your baby's first tooth can be a very moving experience. But it's not always easy for the child! Pain, bad moods and red buttocks… teething brings with it numerous little headaches that complicate life for your baby.
The first tooth usually comes through at around 6 months. But for some children, the first tooth can appear at only 4 months. And in some exceptional cases, babies are born with teeth. At the other end of the scale, some babies still don't have teeth even after 12 months. This is not necessarily an indication of poor development (provided it is not accompanied by any other anomalies). Be patient. When your baby starts to bite hard on his toys, suck his finger incessantly and dribble abundantly, it means his first tooth is close to coming through!

> Teething schedule
> Associated discomfort
> Soothing your baby

 

 

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