The bottom central incisors are usually the first two teeth to make an appearance at between 6 and 10 months. If you feel your baby’s gums, you may notice a sharp lumpy bump and may even be able to see the tooth just before it breaks through the gum. Its just as likely though that you will see it as it starts to poke through!
The top central incisors won’t let the bottom ones hog the limelight for long! They usually follow in quick succession, arriving a couple of months later, often between 8 and 12 months. So as your baby approaches their first birthday, 4 of their 20 milk teeth could already be smiling at you!