When do the first teeth show up?

The first teeth show up, normally, a little over 6 months of age.

The first frontal teeth (Two above and two below) are the first to show up from 6 months of age.

When turning two and a half years, all the teeth and molars have erupted.

There are 20 milk teeth: 10 above on the maxilla and 10 below on the mandible.

Remember that the first definitive molars (permanents) come out behind the last milk molar tooth, around the 6 years of age.

Source: Healthy Child, Healthy Mouth.

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