Hello. There is no need to worry as the teething range is different in different children. You can safely wait for a few more months if you feel that the gums of your child are hard. But if you feel that the gums are soft or spongy then an X-ray needs to be done and for that you will need to contact a dentist, preferably a pediatric dentist.
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