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17Sep
2017
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Children’s Primary Teeth

Children are born with 20 primary teeth. Each one is important for helping them speak normally and chew naturally. “Baby” teeth also control the growth pattern of the face and hold space for permanent teeth to come in properly. After feedings, gently wipe your baby’s gums with a clean soft cloth or a two-inch square […]

15Sep
2017
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Get It Done In Year One

Dental Care is Crucial During the First Year of LifeProper care for baby teeth is imperative as they serve several critical functions, including: Fostering good nutrition by permitting proper chewing Aiding speech development Helping proper development of permanent teeth by saving space for them The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA) […]

04Sep
2017
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Home Remedies for Toothache

Your head pounds, your gums throb, and your mouth is sore and tender. You’ve got a toothache. See your dentist ASAP. In the meantime, use these home remedies to get short-term relief. Saltwater Rinse Until you can get to the dentist, one of the best things you can do is swish warm, salty water around in your mouth. A […]

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