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Expert Teething Advice

No doubt about it: Cutting a new tooth is painful for Baby -- and you. Luckily, we have the answers to your biggest teething questions from some top experts.
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When do babies typically start getting teeth in -- and how long does it take for all the teeth to come in?

Starting at around 3 months of age, infants begin to show outward signs that baby teeth are coming. They produce more saliva and will put their fingers in their mouths. This drooling can go on for several weeks before you'll see a tooth. Infants typically get their first tooth between ages 5 and 12 months. The bottom incisors emerge first, followed by the top incisors. Usually around 2 years of age, a toddler has a full set of teeth, explains Dr. Edward Kulich of New York, NY.