Often, symptoms like pain, irritability, a runny nose, fever, sleeping problems are associated with teething. However, not all of these symptoms match up. If your baby is experiencing a runny nose, diarrhea and vomiting, a high fever, loss of appetite, coughing, and excessive crying while their teeth are coming in, you’ll want check for some other common childhood illnesses, as those symptoms most likely are not being caused by new teeth.

Common teething symptoms

Some of the most common symptoms of teething are drooling and saliva, which usually causes a red rash around the mouth. Other symptoms include the desire to chew on things, mild pain on the gum, and fussiness. Cold teething rings and numbing gels may be of use to you and your baby if the ordeal is especially uncomfortable to your baby.

Roberson Dental headed by Dr. Roberson will help you know what’s bothering your baby and solve it so that the both your happiness and the baby is restored. Feel free to call us if you have questions or concerns about your children’s dental health.

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