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mleano8
mleano8 , Student asks:
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When do babies start teething?

In Topics: Dental health
> 60 days ago

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Wayne Yankus
Nov 24, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Babies start teething usually around four to six months old. There is a rare baby born with "natal" teeth, but most follow the pattern of before the first year.

Wayne Yankus, MD, FAAP
expert panelist: pediatrics

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laurenf
laurenf writes:
I would say between 5 and 9 months according to the California Childcare Health Program.

As a secondary estimate, WebMD suggests 6 months.

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Dr.Monika
Dr.Monika , Child Professional writes:
Statistically speaking, first baby teeth come out between 6-9 months of age.  However, infants begin the teething process well before then as many babies start drooling at around 2-3 months of age.

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canpanita
canpanita writes:
some babies can start as soon as they are 4 to 6 months but some can start at age 1.
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