Question by  edbeale (40)

Which tooth will grow first for a baby?

I am so anxious for my baby to get his first tooth.


Answer by  jessyjuan (290)

They are all different. Normally the bottom teeth come in before the top teeth. The age also varies. Both of my kids got their first tooth close to or past their 1 year birthday. You may start seeing the signs of teething soon. They start chewing on stuff and salivate a lot. Sometimes they run fevers. Enjoy!!


Answer by  Vllad45 (1886)

In almost all cases it will be the lower front teeth that appear first, though in a few cases it might be the top front. You will notice him chewing on everything and anything and he will be very fussy before it breaks through the gum which will be red.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Babies teeth differ as far as which one comes in first, for the most part it will be the front incisors that come in first but it could be either top or bottom.


Answer by  diane23 (1167)

Usually it is one of the two center teeth on the bottom, although it's possible for the ones on the top to come in first.


Answer by  Supermom (107)

Every baby is different. Many babies get their bottom front teeth first, but that is not the case for every baby. Some get the top front ones first. Some even get the incisors first. It vaires.

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