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Vomiting might occur during teething. However, teething is not the reason for vomiting in a child. Many parents may attribute vomiting as a symptom of teething, but they are not related to one another.
All primary teeth have an age, during which they fall out. The period is different for each tooth and more importantly, for each child. The age that your dentist tells you is an average, and it is not necessary that your child's milk teeth will fall at that time. Do not panic if your child's teeth fall off before or after that time.
Teething begins at the age of 6 months. The first teeth to appear in your baby's mouth are the lower front teeth or mandibular central incisors. The upper front teeth erupt simultaneously around the same age up to 8 months of age. By the age of one, your baby will get canines and molars will follow a few months after that.
Delayed tooth eruption in kids can be caused due to several factors such as Down’s syndrome, malnutrition, genetic abnormalities, etc. If a baby does not have any teeth by the age of 18 months, then take your child to a dentist for an examination.
Teething in babies can also bring in a lot of discomforts and diarrhea is one such condition. As the babies start teething, they move around and put various things in their mouth that may be contained with germs which disturbs their stomachs. However, there is no real evidence of a causal relationship between a child's teething and any issues with the digestive tract.
Toothpaste contains some chemicals that may be harmful to your baby’s gum tissue. Teething is a complicated process and to have a smooth teething experience, you should avoid chemicals. Your baby gets his or her first teeth at 6 to 8 months of age. Dentists strongly recommend that you should not apply toothpaste on your baby’s teeth and gums before they are two.
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