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Teethinghot!Tooltip 02/08/2011 Hits: 16756
Your baby’s first tooth usually arrives at around six months of age but all babies are different and teeth can arrive earlier or later. Very occasionally a baby is born with a tooth. The first teeth to appear are the two central teeth in the lower jaw, the incisors, followed by the two upper incisors a month or so later. The other teeth will appear periodically over the next year or so and eventually your baby will have 20 milk teeth. You may notice a hard ridge on the gum for many weeks or months before the tooth actually breaks through the gum. Milk teeth begin to fall out at about six years of age and are replaced by permanent teeth.