Teething is a stage that causes discomfort to your baby, can you relieve it somehow? We help with some advice.
Everyone is different, and this is already shown in the first stage of life. The stage where babies get the teeth can vary greatly from one child to another. Usually the first tooth comes from six to eight months of age, but can be extended beyond ten months, and contrary to what many fathers and mothers think, the delayed onset is not due to a lack of calcium. The first to go are the lower central incisors, mouse teeth, around 6-8 months, and ends with external molars, upper and lower, at 24-30 months.