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Baby blog for individuals and families on dental care,
oral hygiene, and other related health issues for babies,
infants, toddlers, and children of all ages.

Baby Dental – Aftercare for Tooth Extraction

Saturday, Oct. 24th 2020 8:46 AM

After having a tooth extraction, it is important to follow your dentist’s aftercare instructions regarding how to take care of the extraction site, as this will lead to a better outcome for your and your oral health.

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Baby Dental – Preventing Dry Socket

Sunday, Oct. 18th 2020 8:25 AM

Dry Socket can happen after having a tooth extraction, if the blood clot fails to form or becomes dislodged the bone and nerves in the socket become exposed. Dry socket is delayed healing and can be very painful. Here are some Tips to prevent dry socket.

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Baby Dental – Diabetes and Bad Breath

Thursday, Oct. 15th 2020 1:33 AM

There are some underlying choronic conditions that are not direectly related to the month, yet can sometimes be responsible for unpleasant breath odor

For an example: Did you know that un-treated diabetes can be a cause of bad breath issues? In some cases liver or kidney disease may result in bad breath as well.

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Poor Oral Hygiene

Saturday, Oct. 10th 2020 6:41 AM

Having poor oral hygiene is going to cause greater oral health care issues then just bad breath. However, poor oral hygiene is the most common causes of morning breath. Proper brushing and flossing remove bacteria and food particles that cause bad breath.

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Dry Mouth

Sunday, Oct. 4th 2020 10:33 AM

If you wake up to dry mouth you may also experience morning breath. The reason is because saliva helps the mouth clear out bacteria that build up over the day and night. If the mouth is not producing enough saliva, bacteria will be able to build up more often. As a result, the release of volatile sulfur compounds overnight may be higher, potentially causing morning breath.

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Smoking

Wednesday, Sep. 30th 2020 10:23 AM

By now I think we can agree that most people know that smoking has many overall health issues related to it. So in generally smoking is not good for your overall health as well as your oral health and yes it dose cause people to have bad breath. Smoking also cause many dental issues beyond just staining your teeth. Really if possible it is something that should be stop if you are a smoker if you are worried about such issues related to smoking

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Food Bits

Thursday, Sep. 24th 2020 5:50 AM

One of the major causes for bad breath/morning breath is food particles left in ones mouth. During the night the enzymes in your saliva will break down food particles remaining in between your teeth, on the tongue, or around your gumline. This breakdown process releases volatile sulfur compounds, which give off a bad smell. Brushing our teeth before going to bed at night will help to reduce waking up to bad breath in the morning

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Baby Dental – Morning Breath

Saturday, Sep. 19th 2020 6:40 AM

What is morning breath?

Morning breath is a type of bad breath that affects people when they wake up, and it is very common problem for many people.

According to The Academy of General Dentistry, they have estimated that 80 million people in the United States experience chronic bad breath.

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Baby Dental – Canker Sores Home Remedies

Tuesday, Sep. 15th 2020 9:34 AM

Some people may manage and help treat canker sores at home by:

* Drinking warm chamomile tea with honey
* Chewing or suck on ice chips to numb a canker sore
* Maintaining good oral hygiene (brushing with a soft toothbrush and flossing)
* Limiting or avoiding spicy or acidic foods
* Eating foods rich in folic acid and iron, such as legumes and leafy greens

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Baby Dental – Canker Sores Treatment

Thursday, Sep. 10th 2020 9:15 AM

Generally most canker sores will heal on their own without having any medical treatment. However, certain over the counter and prescription treatments can help prevent infection and promote faster healing.

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