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    'Where are my baby's teeth?
    mamamcclain posted:
    My baby is 9 1/2 months old and she still doesn't have any teeth. Is this normal?? Shouldn't they be coming soon?? I feel like she's been teething for months now. :)

    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:

    Baby's teeth come in at different ages. Nothing to worry about, but you can ask your pediatrician about this when you see him/her for the next appointment. Sounds very normal but you might want to ask.
    rus06005 responded:
    My oldest didn't get teeth until 10 1/2ish months. No worries!! Actually, the later the teeth come in, the healthier they tend to be, according to dentists.
    Ellasmommy811 responded:
    One of my nephews just started getting in teeth a couple months ago and he turned 1 at the end of Dec...from what his pedi said the later the teeth come in the better, because bottle caused tooth decay.

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