Teething is defined as a process by which a child gets his/ her first denture. New teeth erupt during the first 6 months till the time the child turns 3. Between 6-12 years of age the child loses his baby teeth which are then replaced by adult teeth.
- In case of teething, the child will experience (or you may observe) excess saliva production, drooling and chewing on anything available to the child.
- The child may also have pain
- Difficulty in sleeping
- Crying more than usual
- Clinging onto things
- Your doctor may ask about the common symptoms that the child must be experiencing or you may be noticing.
- He may examine the child’s mouth and gums physically and may recommend a topical cream to ease the pain and discomfort.
- There is no treatment for this process as such.
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