Written by Tricia Mool: By the time your child cuts his or her first molars, you've become adept at addressing their teething pain. But molars coming in at this age might feel like a bigger hurdle in your child's oral development. As much as they have a larger surface area, however, there isn't a significant difference in their eruption process compared to other primary teeth. What Primary Molars Do Primary molars are normally the last teeth to erupt and the last to fall out,
While the arrival of your little one’s teeth might seem like a scattered and chaotic experience with very little in the way of predictable outcomes, there is a method to the madness! So, let’s find out which teeth come in when with this handy-dandy tooth eruption guide -- courtesy of the American Dental Association.
With both the primary and permanent teeth eruption guides below, our journey through the mouth begins with our “front teeth” (the central incisors), and move