When will my baby’s first teeth appear? | Printable baby teething chart

Posted on August 30th, 2018

Baby’s first tooth is such an exciting milestone! Keep track of when you can expect the first pearly white to erupt with our handy baby teething chart.

Baby Teething chart

Keep this baby teething chart in your diary or on your fridge as a quick teething reference, so that you’ll know exactly when to get those teething rings out!

ALSO SEE: Everything you need to know about baby’s first teeth

Lower teeth

  • Central incisors: 6–10 months
  • Lateral incisors: 10–16 months
  • Canines (cuspids): 16–23 months
  • First molars: 13–19 months
  • Second molars: 23–31 months

Upper teeth

  • Central incisors: 8–13 months
  • Lateral incisors: 8–13 months
  • Canines (cuspids): 16–23 months
  • First molars: 13–19 months
  • Second molars: 25–33 months

Download your free chart here.

 

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