Category Archives: Baby’s Teeth

A child’s missing teeth may not be as cute as we think

There’s nothing more adorable than a young child with missing front teeth. It’s even charming that the missing teeth affect their speech, as they memorably spit and lisp their way through childhood conversation. But sometimes children loose teeth prematurely, which can negatively affect not only their smiles, but also their confidence. If you have a… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2016

The exciting comings and goings of your baby’s teeth

You’re likely to celebrate when your baby pops out his or her first tooth, around three or four months, especially since it could put a temporary end to teething-related crying and drooling. And before your know it, the day will come when those amazing first teeth begin to loosen and fall out – another exciting… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 30 2016

The truth about pacifiers

According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), pacifiers can bring benefits and drawbacks. Among parents, pacifier use can be a high-debated subject, even if your child has already demonstrated their positive feelings about their binky. On the positive side Pacifiers provide a source of comfort to infants. Pacifiers can assist in reducing the incidence… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 30 2016

Baby Dental Care

Caring for your baby’s teeth, by the numbers

Every stage of your child’s life comes with different needs and important milestones. This is particularly true when it comes to taking good care of their teeth. Good dental care begins before your baby pops out that first little tooth bud, and the more you know, the better job you can do (or help them… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2015

Do Baby Teeth Matter?

It’s easy to treat your child’s baby teeth like Rodney Dangerfield, without any respect. After all, they’re just going to fall out one day, regardless of what you do with them, right? That is true, but primary teeth (baby teeth) actually have a very important role to play in the oral health of your child.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2015

Don’t Overlook Your Infant’s Dental Health

If you have a newborn, especially if you’re a first-time parent, you are worried and frazzled and very sleep deprived. You are trying to provide your child with the best life possible, and you want them to be happy and healthy. Since your child’s teeth won’t start coming in until later, however, you might be… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 15 2015

baby's first teeth

Baby’s First Teeth: When to Expect What

If you are a first time parent, it can be extremely difficult to know when and how everything should be progressing. Every new parent is worrying about whether or not their baby is developing normally. One of the most exciting milestones is when your baby starts teething. Although it might be miserable and painful (for… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 15 2015

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