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Excited to see your baby’s first little tooth popping through the gum? Well, if you think that was cute, wait until the rest make their way out!
All babies are different and tend to cut their teeth at different times. However, most babies have their first tooth erupt before they turn a year old. Sometimes pain and discomfort may accompany teething and give babies and parents a tough time. You may be anxious to do everything you can to soothe your baby. Let’s look at some helpful tips to manage the teething days of your baby.
When does teething start in babies?
Although the timing of tooth eruption may vary in every baby, the process typically begins when your baby is six to 10 months old. The usual order of tooth eruption is as follows:
By the age of three years, most children have all 20 teeth.
What are the teething signs seen in the baby?
Every baby is unique; some may have no signs of teething, while others may show some of the teething symptoms listed below:
Are there any side effects of teething?
Most babies will show mild symptoms of teething. While some babies may have a fever while they are teething, it may not be associated with teething. Babies in this age group are prone to infections because they chew on everything and their immunity is not yet developed fully. Consult your pediatrician if your baby has the following symptoms:
What are the home remedies for soothing my baby during teething?
Try the following home remedies to soothe your baby during teething:
Do not use teething gels, herbal remedies, or any over-the-counter medicines without your pediatrician’s approval. If your baby is very cranky, ask your doctor before you give them any medicine for pain relief.
When should I see a doctor?
If your baby has a fever or any other worrying symptoms, take him/her to a pediatrician to check if the problem is something other than teething.
As soon as the first tooth cuts through, schedule an appointment with a dentist. He/she will ensure that your baby’s teeth are healthy and advise you on taking care of your baby’s teeth. Talk to your doctor if your baby hasn’t cut a tooth by the time he/she is a year old.
How often should I brush my baby’s teeth, and what should I use to brush them?
You should brush your baby’s teeth twice daily as soon as the first tooth appears. Take a grain-sized quantity of fluoride-containing toothpaste on a baby toothbrush to brush the teeth. It is necessary to monitor your kid while brushing until he/she turns seven or eight years old.
Teething is a normal process that may cause some pain, discomfort, and irritability. Comfort your baby using the simple remedies discussed above. Seek your pediatrician’s advice to make the challenging teething days easier for both of you.