A baby’s first teeth actually start to develop before they are even born and you will usually see the first of these teeth come through their gums in the first year. Some babies are even born with their first teeth already and others will not have any until after their first 12 months. With baby
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Teething is an important milestone in your little baby’s life. The teething process differs from baby to baby. But your baby will get their first tooth by their first birthday. The majority of babies start teething at around 6 to 12 months, but some babies are born with their first teeth.
The first teeth to appear are usually the two bottom front teeth, known as the central incisors.
When a baby’s teeth come in, it can cause them to feel discomfort and pain. Most parents report that teething pain is worst when their child’s molars grow in.
Teething can make a baby a lot more fussy and irritable than usual. The baby might wake up in screaming pain, which is heart-wrenching for all parents to see their little one in distress.
Ultimately, the teething stages are vital stages in a child’s life that are critical to their development and progression of growth. It can be hard to watch your child be uncomfortable, but in cases like this, it can benefit their future significantly and is sadly a vital evil.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help relieve your baby of the stress of teething.
One of the most common solutions is to get a teething necklace. Many parents are opting for this piece of equipment for its durability, flexibility and general child-proofing that prevents it from becoming harmful in any conditions.
A teething necklace is a bracelet made of amber, wood, marble or silicone. They are marketed to relieve teething pain and sometimes are used to provide sensory stimulation to people with attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).