My son was 2 months when he started getting his bottom teeth but they started showing at 3 months.you will know when he is teething whe the slober gets real bad and his gums will turn white.
Every baby is different, thus, teething ages can differ greatly. Most babies begin teething sometime around 4 months, while others could be considered early or late teethers; some babies are born with teeth and others are a year before first tooth!
Best answer I can give you is to look for signs & symptoms of teething...increased drool (although mine was never a big drooler), swollen, bumpy gums, increased gnawing or gumming of objects, etc. Many babies will also "teeth" for an unspecified amount of time before tooth actually appears.
I wrote a hub about this that you can read if you like. Hope this helps!
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