This is a good chart.  Although, I think the teeth are smiling because they find it funny how miserable they make everyone.  9 months old, and Sophia already has 6 teeth! Poor sweet baby has been miserable the past few nights!

It's Baby Time

The order that baby teeth erupt- a handy chart for parents

Knowing when teeth erupt can give you awareness of when teething can start. Have a look at our quick guide to baby teeth order of eruption.

Baby teeth: Order of appearance - Photo Gallery | BabyCenter

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Baby teeth: Order of appearance - Photo Gallery | BabyCenter

Teething for babies normally starts from 6 months of age. However, it can be anytime between 3 months and 5 months. The lower front teeth comes first; they are called as lower central incisors. You're supposedly to see 20 primary teeth of your baby at the age of 3. Apart from that as a parent, you should know how to take care of your baby's teeth properly so that remains clean, strong, and cavity-free. Learn here the details about baby teeth order and its care.

Teething for babies normally starts from 6 months of age. However, it can be anytime between 3 months and 5 months.

GREAT webpage to look at if you're a parent of a baby!!! -- Baby teeth: Order of appearance - Photo Gallery | BabyCenter

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

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Your baby's first tooth should come in between 4 and 7 months. See our slideshow to learn the order your child's new teeth will appear and when.

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Teething and tooth-loss timeline: What to expect as your child grows | BabyCenter

Your child's teething and tooth-loss timeline

Teething and tooth-loss timeline: What to expect as your child grows

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Your baby's first tooth should come in between 4 and 7 months. See our slideshow to learn the order your child's new teeth will appear and when.

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Upper canines | Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Baby teeth: Order of appearance - Photo Gallery | BabyCenter

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

Baby teeth: Order of appearance - Photo Gallery | BabyCenter

Baby teeth: Order of appearance

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