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When do babies start teething?

Babies can start teething as early as 3 months to as late as 12 months, but most often at 6 months old. In rare cases the first tooth appears at 16 months. Occasionally, babies will have a tooth at birth or may develop an extra primary tooth such as an extra third bicuspid or fourth molar. Consult with your pediatrician should these occur.

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