The average period of appearance of the first teeth is 6- 8 months . But there may be deviations from it at 2- 3 months both ways. Someone’s teeth appear already in 4 months , and at someone the first cutter gets out only by year. Therefore, focus on specific terms in This question is difficult enough, each child is individual.
One of the most eloquent symptoms of teething is profuse salivation. At the same time, red spots and small pimples. To relieve irritation, gently wipe the baby’s face with gentle sanitary napkins or a clean handkerchief and lubricate the baby cream that is suitable for your baby.
Teething makes a child want to bite something hard and thus "scratch" the inflamed gum. Offer your baby special dental teethers. They are sold at the pharmacy, and many have a cooling effect. To cool such a rodent, it is enough to place it for 20 minutes in the refrigerator, and then give it to the child. Get some teether toys so you can change them.
The most intensive tooth growth occurs at night, so the baby’s sleep becomes restless, and some children cannot sleep at all. To comfort the baby during the night's awakening and alleviate his suffering, attach him to his chest. This is the safest and most effective pain reliever. Lubricate the inflamed gums of the artificial baby with a special gel with anesthetic effect. First make sure that the child is not allergic to this drug.
Indirect signs of teething are fever and stool disorder. In many cases, sore gums can actually cause these symptoms. In this case, it is necessary to carefully monitor the condition of the child. If you cannot bring down the high temperature, and the stool does not normalize within a few days, be sure to consult a specialist.