When does the first baby tooth come in?
The first baby tooth usually comes in at 6-10 months old, and it tends to be one of the lower front teeth.
At around 8-12 months, the two front upper teeth come out.
Shortly thereafter, the lateral incisors, which are the teeth on either side of the two front teeth come out.
The third set of teeth that come out are usually the first molars, which arrive at 14-18 months of age.
Then the canines come out at around 16-22 months.
The last set of baby teeth to come out are the second molars, and this happens around 24-32 months of age.