Children begin the teething process anywhere from 3 months old to 6 months old. You may notice your baby drooling more, being more irritable, or trying to chew things. You may also be able to see a tooth beginning to erupt through the gumline.

Although teething can be a challenging time for both parents and kids, it’s important to remember that this is only a temporary experience for your child. Teething tends to be worse when children are tired or at night, making it harder for both you and your baby to sleep. How can you help your baby feel better when the pain of teething is present? Here are some suggestions to best manage your child’s teething.

An article by Dr. Hayes Aronson.  Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

Read the full article here: HOW TO BEST MANAGE YOUR CHILD’S TEETHING