From the age of six to nine months, a baby begins to teething when the first milk teeth come through the gums. All complaints that arise in connection with this development are called irrespective of their severity Zahnungsprobleme respectively. teething.
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What are teething problems in babies and toddlers?
All complaints related to tooth eruption are included in the term teething summarized and can be considered normal.
If teething does not occur in the normal time frame, beginning in the sixth to ninth months of life, the tooth eruption deviates from the usual pattern. After first breaking through the incisors, then the molars and later the canines, or if the milk dentition is not fully developed at the age of three, there is a not uncommon and at first not very worrying teething problem. One speaks of delayed or premature teething.