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20Apr
2018
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Infant Dental Health Myths

Infant Dental Health Myths

Dispelling the Top 5 Myths About Your Baby’s Dental Health When it comes to baby teeth and dental care, moms and dads often receive a ton of conflicting advice. Things like when to take your child to the dentist for the first time, or the reasons why baby teeth are important, or the benefits of […]

19Apr
2018
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dental checkups

Dental Checkups for Children and Teens

Infants and preschoolers By the time your child is 6 months old, your doctor should assess the likelihood of your child having future dental problems. This may include a dental exam of the mother and her dental history, because the condition of her teeth can often predict possible problems with her child’s teeth. If the […]

17Apr
2018
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teething common concerns

Teething Common Concerns

If your baby is teething , you may have questions that many other parents ask. Are my baby’s symptoms caused by teething? When teething, many babies drool. Teething happens during the same time that babies are putting “everything” into their mouths. (Your baby is going through the oral discovery phase of development.) Drooling can cause […]

13Apr
2018
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children's brushing tips

Tooth Tip – Children’s Brushing Tips

Children’s Brushing Tips Most 2-3 year old’s don’t like brushing their teeth, but it is critical. The most important thing to do, is be consistent. Don’t make brushing teeth an option. Don’t let young children brush on their own. Do let your children take a turn and hold the brush, but make sure that an […]

11Apr
2018
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Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis

What is tonsillitis? Tonsillitis is an infection or inflammation of the tonsils . The tonsils are balls of lymph tissue on both sides of the throat, above and behind the tongue. They are part of the immune system, which helps the body fight infection. Tonsillitis often goes away on its own after 4 to 10 […]

10Apr
2018
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Infant Dental Health Myths

Children’s Tooth Development

Your child’s primary teeth usually begin to break through the gums (erupt) at about 6 months of age. This is called teething . Teeth break through the gums in a certain order, typically from the front to the back of the mouth. Lower teeth often appear 1 to 2 months before the corresponding upper teeth. […]

09Apr
2018
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teeth whitening

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is not a medical procedure—it does not result in healthier teeth—but it can result in whiter teeth and a brighter smile. This in turn can make people feel better about themselves. There are two types of teeth whitening: Bleaching your teeth changes the color of the tooth enamel and removes both surface stains […]

07Apr
2018
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teething products

Teething Products

There are many ways to help your baby who is teething . You can help relieve discomfort by offering your baby safe objects to chew or suck on. Teething rings, teethers, and toys specifically for teething A wide variety of teethers and toys are made of nontoxic materials and are specially designed for teething babies. […]

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