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Baby teeth start to erupt through the gums between six and nine months of age. These milk teeth or first teeth help your child eat and speak, and also help the adult teeth come in straight.
Even tiny teeth must be cleaned. Infants can get cavities just like older children and adults. Following all feedings, you should clean your baby's mouth and teeth.