Baby Tooth Chart

When do baby teeth grow in?

Generally primary (baby) teeth start growing in with the lower front teeth around 6 months old and end with the back molars around age 2 or 3 years.  Your child will keep these teeth until changes start around 6 years old. Then the baby teeth will start to fall out as the secondary (adult) teeth come in.

Here’s a visual chart showing the order of your child’s tooth eruption.

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These numbers are based on averages and should only be used as a guideline to approximate your child’s timeline. If you are worried that the baby teeth are coming in slowly, then speak to your dentist.

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