Chad Schnabel, DMD • Alexandra Schnabel, DMD

9A Medical Arts Center
Savannah, GA 31405

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When do baby teeth come in?


Baby teeth do not always follow a predictable schedule, so try not to worry too much about your baby’s individual timing. However, once they start to emerge, baby teeth generally follow a loose pattern. Here is what to expect:

  • Lower central incisors: The middle teeth on the bottom usually emerge close to the same time, at age 4 to 6 months.

  • Upper central incisors: The middle teeth on the top are next, and generally arrive at 8 to 12 months of age.

  • Upper lateral incisors: The top teeth on either side of the middle usually come in at around 9 to 13 months.

  • Lower lateral incisors: Your baby will likely receive the matching teeth on the bottom at 10 to 16 months old.

  • Upper first molars: The next teeth actually skip a slot in the baby’s mouth. The upper first molars arrive at approximately 13 to 19 months of age.

  • Lower first molars: The lower first molars come in at roughly 14 to 18 months old, giving your baby a much better capacity to chew.

  • Upper canines: The upper canines appear at about 16 to 22 months, filling in the gap between the incisors and the molars.

  • Lower canines: The lower canines are next, at roughly 17 to 23 months of age.

  • Lower second molars: The lower second molars generally emerge during the child’s second year of life, adding even more ability to chew.

  • Upper second molars: The upper second molars are the last to emerge, completing the set of 20 baby teeth near the child’s third birthday.


Married dentists Chad and Alexandra Schnabel welcome you to Savannah Dental Solutions. From caring children’s dentistry to high-tech cosmetic procedures and even full-mouth reconstruction, we blend the latest technology with traditional customer-oriented values. To start your journey to better oral health, call us today at (912) 354-1366.