You can charter a flight. You can reach the top of the charts. And you can chart your course. But did you know you can chart your teeth as they come in? Sure, you can. Well, it's probably your child's teeth you're charting, but you get the point. Once they reach a certain age, around 6, their baby teeth start popping out and their adult teeth start coming in. And there are a lot more adult teeth than baby teeth, so a teeth chart can really help you keep track of their new pearly whites. When a child goes from their baby teeth to adult teeth can vary, but the order in which the new ones come in is typically the same. Check out how the charts work, the types of teeth that will erupt, and more below.