Teething refers to the time when teeth erupt through the gums as your baby develops and grows.
Teething usually starts around 5 or 7 months of age. However, teething may occur a little earlier or later and is usually nothing to be worried about. The bottom 2 front teeth are typically the first teeth to come in; and by age 2 and a half, most of the 20 baby teeth are visible.
You can tell teething is likely happening when your child:
It is not common for teething itself to cause high fevers or other cold symptoms; however, it is not uncommon for other illnesses to cause more irritation in teething babies because of the discomfort associated with teething. If you have more questions, feel free to contact Reunion Pediatric Dentistry today.