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Teething Tots
Teething Tots

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Baby teeth commonly start to appear in the mouth around 9 months of age, but timing can range from 3 to 12 months.

Some babies begin showing signs of teething as early as 3 months of age. All 20... (More)

Hi Deepika,

Delayed teething is defined as absence of even a single tooth eruption by 13 months of age .
I don’t think there is anything to worry at this stage .
If you don’t see any tooth erupting even... (More)


You may observe for a another month or so and if it dosent erupt you can consult your paediatrician to evaluate for causes . Delayed tooth eruption is no teeth by 18 months .
Often delayed tooth eruption comes... (More)