Teething Chart: See When Your Baby’s Teeth Will Come In
When should you expect your little one's teeth to start coming in and where? Teething usually starts around 6 months of age, but it can begin at any time between the ages of 3 and 12 months. While each baby's timetable differs, there is a typical teething order for each specific type of baby tooth. Use this handy baby teething chart to learn when it all starts.
Baby Teeth Types
Your children will develop 20 primary teeth by the time they are 3 years old. There are 5 different types:
- Central Incisors
- Lateral Incisors
- First Molars
- Second Molars
Baby Teeth Chart
The exact timing of when teeth come in ("erupt") and fall out ("shed") may vary, but there are typical age ranges for each tooth. The emergence of teeth is generally symmetrical with the left and right teeth appearing at similar times. Most children will have all their primary teeth by 30 months of age. Find out more about your baby's teething timeline.