My child still has no teeth at the age of one, what can I do?

My child still has no teeth at the age of one, what can I do?

Deciduous teeth are formed during the fetal period. In most of the babies, they will erupt at around the age of 6 to 10 months old, which is known as teething. The time of teething is controlled by genetic factors and it varies among different babies. Some can have teething at as early as 4 to 5 months old, while some can be as late as more than 1 year old. If your baby still does not have teething at around 18 months, you can bring him to see a dentist.