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Signs of Teething Molars

When a baby is teething molars, the symptoms and signs are not any different from teething in general, says Dr. Jennifer B. Trachtenberg, a New York City-based pediatrician. The process may or may not be painful or uncomfortable for your child. The common signs that a baby is teething molars include drool and a tendency to want to bite and chew on everything, says Trachtenberg. “Often, giving a cold teething ring or a frozen washcloth can be helpful and soothing,” she says.

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