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One of the first milestones in your baby's life. His first teeth. It can be very painful and no object in the house is also safe for your baby's through-tooths. Don't worry, I'm gonna tell you a little more about it.
When do the first teeth come?
Each baby grows in a different rhythm in development. One baby's a little later and the other baby's a little earlier. That's very normal. Here's a little schedule of the average baby:
4-7 months: The first teeth come through. Usually these are the two central incisors in the lower jaw.
8-12 months:The two central teeth in the upper jaw next to the central incisors come through. Both upstairs and below.
9-16 months: The four teeth on the left and right next to the central incisors come through. Both above and below.
13-19 months:The front molars come left and right in both jaws.
16-22 months: The four canines appear between the first molars and incisors.
20-33 months:The four choices behind the front picks come arid. Either: the rear picks in the milk teeth.
Around 3 years: Finally, a full-grown milk teeth with a total of 20 teeth and molars.
Symptoms toothes baby
Each baby experiences the through-thinking teeth differently, too. One has a little more pain than the other. Also, the pain varies by molar or tooth. Here are the most common symptoms in a row:
Tips through toothes
There are quite a few nasty symptoms for your baby when they get their first teeth. Of course, we have some tips for that:
Tooth polishes of the first teeth
Brush your baby's teeth once a day with a previously served toothbrushThis one. silicone toothbrushis for 12-24-month babies. It is the perfect toothbrush for when the front teeth come through and the little one wants to hold it on himself. The toothbrush is fitted with a safety ring that never allows the brush to get too far into your child's mouth. Whatever is very useful is the finger teeth brushThis toothbrush was made for babies from 6 to 12 months. It's a safe and hygienic way to brush your baby's first teeth. You also need special toothpaste This toothpaste was made for babies from 6 months onwards. Those swallow the toothpaste more than they spit it out. At this one natural toothpastecan be safe. Whatever's convenient, the Biologically degradable cups.They are ideal to store stuff, such as toothbrushes and toothpastes.