Teething Signs & Symptoms

When Do Babies Start Teething?

Teething can start as early as 3 months, with teeth starting to pop through around 6 months. Check out Teething and Tooth & Gum Care Stage 1: Guide for 0+ Years. From sore gums to teething pain, learn how you can help soothe and relax your baby.


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What Are Teething Symptoms?

Beyond teeth popping through, your baby might have a mild teething fever—less than 102°F—a runny nose, increased drooling, and/or decreased hunger for solid foods.

Don’t Worry If They’re...

Biting, chewing, or sucking more. If they are rubbing their gums. Or if they are just overall fussy.

It’s Not Teething...

If they have a fever over 102°F, if their appetite has decreased, have a rash somewhere other than on their face, cough or congestion, or uncontrolled diarrhea or vomiting. Contact your pediatrician or health-care provider.

Baby Teething? No Problem!

Here are 4 tips to take the pain out of teething.