Download the baby teething chart that shows the typical order of teeth appearance in babies and infants – allowing you to track your own child’s progress
While most babies begin teething around six months, that first tooth can appear anytime between three and 14 months. Teeth usually come in pairs, starting with the bottom front two, and followed by the top front two. Here’s a general guide to a typical teething timeline:
Helping you keep track of your baby’s teeth as they appear.
5 – 7 months: lower central incisors
6 – 8 months: upper central incisors
9 – 11 months: lateral incisors
16 – 20 months: cuspids
12 – 16 months: first molars
20 – 30 months: second molars
4 – 6 years: first permanent molars
Your baby’s primary pearly whites should be complete by age three; permanent teeth will start to come in between four and six years old, but each child is different.