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Baby Dental care for a new born

Tuesday, May. 10th 2011 9:46 AM

Baby Dental care for a new born.  I am a new mom and my son is only a month old so I know dental issues are still a little away yet.  However being a new mom I am not sure if there is any preventive dental care I should be doing now?  And I would like advise on how to handle teething so I am ready for it when my son starts teething.

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3 Comments on “Baby Dental care for a new born”

  1. Andrew G Says:

    I good suggestion is talking to your dentist about your child dental care. They be able to give you the best and most helpful advise.

    Also you may want to make sure your child has dental insurance if you do not already have a dental insurance plan to add her to think about buying one for the family.

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  2. Bella Says:

    Getting advise from you dentist is a good idea. Some things they may tell you is that you need to make sure you are cleaning her gums now even though he may not have any teeth yet.

    This helps get you baby use to you cleaning their teeth when they do come in and is still very good for you baby gums.

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  3. Donna Says:

    with a soft baby wipe cloth you want to dampen with warm water and clean you baby mouth after feeding. That what I did before my daughter teeth started coming in.

    Then I got a little rubber finger brush and brushed her baby teeth until I moved up to a baby tooth brush. Now I took my daughter to see a dentist a litter after her first birthday. I think they suggest now to have your baby see a dentist at the first tooth.

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