Tooth Eruption

by Cathy Parkes February 24, 2021 Updated: July 05, 2021

Tooth eruption typically begins around 6 months of age. You can calculate the child's estimated age by the number of teeth they have!  The age of the child in months - 6 equals the approximate total number of teeth (up to age 24 months).

Tooth eruption typically begins around 6 months of age. You can calculate the child's estimated age by the number of teeth they have!

The age of the child in months - 6 equals the approximate total number of teeth (up to age 24 months).



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