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When do Babies get Teeth?

When do Babies get Teeth?

When Teething is not the Issue

At around four months, an infant’s saliva increases, but her lip tone isn’t strong enough to hold it in her mouth so drooling will increase. “Even watching you eat can produce excess saliva,” says Dr. Greene. Babies begin an exploratory oral phase around four months causing them to bring their hands, and pretty much any other object, to their mouths continually.