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When Do Baby’s Teeth Come In?

You’re likely to celebrate when your baby pops out his or her first tooth, around three or four months, especially ...
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Infant Oral Health Care: Don’t Wait

You can’t afford to wait until your baby actually has teeth to begin his or her good oral health care. ...
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The Truth About Pacifiers

According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), pacifiers can bring benefits and drawbacks. Among parents, using a pacifier can ...
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Taking Care of Baby Teeth: A Big Role in Dental Health

There was a time when people believed that baby teeth didn’t matter because they were going to fall out anyway. ...
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Teeth Spacers for Missing Teeth

Not all parents know just how important baby teeth are to their child’s future dental health. Baby teeth are designed ...
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Prepare Your Child’s Teeth Now For Life After Braces

The “braces years,” (or months, depending on your child) can be difficult ones. The goal is to give your child ...
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Learn About General Anesthesia in Pediatric Dentistry

If your child is extremely frightened of the dentist and dental procedures, you may avoid bringing him or her to ...
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Protecting Teeth With Sealants

Even before that first baby tooth erupts, your child’s teeth are being affected by their health and nutrition. Baby teeth ...
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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 baby teeth ...
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Sports Drinks & Teeth: A Bad Combination

Statistics continue to show an alarming increase in the consumption of sports and energy drinks, especially among kids. Along with ...
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