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Baby Dental – Dental Claims

Jul. 18th 2019

Dental Coverage’s and Filing Claims Forms.

When you have a dental insurance plan were you are dealing with the filing of claims it is important to understand the claims process. Know how your insurance company handles claims and how the dentist your pick files out your claims.

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Baby Dental – Missing Teeth

Jul. 14th 2019

Missing Teeth and Proper Dental Health Care+

Did you know if you are missing one or more teeth you may see a difference in your chewing as well as speaking. You may even notice a difference in your face and profile. For many people missing teeth can cause low self esteem. Making them smile and laugh less for fare of people seeing their teeth.

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Baby Dental – Dental Insurance For Your Family.

Jul. 10th 2019

Why Buy Dental Insurance For Your Family ? 

If you do not receive dental insurance though your employer, having dental insurance can be often times not thought about. However, having dental insurance will help make dental care more affordable. Yet why should you buy dental insurance when you may feel all you are having done are cleaning and have no real need for dental insurance to help you with that. The fact is if all you are having are basic dental cleanings you may feel like the cost of dental insurance would excess the cost of the dental services.

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Baby Dental – Dental Toothache Care

Jul. 6th 2019

Question: What should I do if my child has a toothache?

Reply: First, rinse the irritated area with warm salt water and place a cold compress on the face if it is swollen. Give the child acetaminophen for any pain, rather than placing aspirin on the teeth or gums. Finally, see a dentist as soon as possible.

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Baby Dental, Avoiding Baby Dental Tooth Decay Tip Seven

Feb. 23rd 2018

Tip number seven is very important in order to avoid BBTD (Baby Bottle Tooth Decay) If your child likes to go to sleep or nap with a baby bottle or sippy cup make sure to only fill it with water. Any other type of liquid can start to cause tooth decay.  If your child is thirsty before bed time offer water. If you do provide any other drink such as milk or juice make sure to brush their teeth before they go to bed.

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Baby Dental, Talk to Your Dentist

Jan. 31st 2018

Discuss your dental concerns with your dentist. When going to your regular dental check ups, one way to help your dentist uncover any potential issues with your dental health is to discuss any concerns you may have or problems you have experienced since your last dental visit. Your symptoms alone will be able to help the dentist tremendously in diagnosing a dental condition. There is no concern too small to discuss with your dentist, and talking to your dentist is important in order to maintain good oral health care.

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How to Floss Your Teeth Correctly.

Jan. 29th 2018

Many parents know that flossing is an important part of having good dental habits. Therefore it is equally important to know how to floss correctly. Here are the steps of flossing.

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Baby Dental, What is Dental Fluorosis

Jan. 27th 2018

Dental Fluorosis is an extremely common disorder, characterized by hypomineralization of tooth enamel caused by ingestion of excessive fluoride during enamel formation. Fluorosis appears as a range of visual changes in enamel causing degrees of intrinsic tooth discoloration, and, in some cases, physical damage to the teeth.

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Baby Dental, Sinus Health and Dental Health

Jan. 25th 2018

How sinus infection effect your dental health.

If you ever suffer from a sinus infection the you may have also suffer from dental pain. Sinus infection tooth pain happens when the fluid that builds up in the sinus cavities during a sinus infection put direct pressure on your upper teeth which are close to the maxillary sinuses. One of the possible side effects from a sinus infection is increase risk of tooth decay.

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Baby Dental, Gingivitis and Pregnancy

Jan. 23rd 2018

Question: Gingivitis/Gum Disease Can It Be Harmful to Unborn Babies? If you have gingivitis and or gum disease while pregnant can that be harmful to your baby?  I heard that it could be but I am not sure why.   My husband and I have been thinking about starting a family soon.  However I am getting treated for gingivitis.  How big of a worry is gingivitis while pregnant?

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