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Baby Dental advise needed for a teething baby

Thursday, May. 19th 2011 10:53 AM

Baby Dental advise needed for a teething baby.  I am a new mom and I have a daughter that is just now teething.  I am not sure want to do to comfort her.  The teething rings are not helping much at all and my doctor just says this is what all baby go though.  Well I like for her not to have to suffer so much and I am looking for good advise.

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2 Comments on “Baby Dental advise needed for a teething baby”

  1. Suzanne Says:

    Teething can be a difficult time for many people to get though. Try changing rings some are too big or can be too small. Try using teeth tablets or frozen damped baby towel they can sometimes work better then teeth rings but each child is different and you may have to try many things until you find the one that works best for your child.

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  2. Tracy Says:

    Try using baby oraljel or that may help you some. For my son he like using the softer teething rings that are made out of cloth then the plastic ones. But it is a process your child will get though so hang in there

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