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Archive for the 'Baby Teeth Care' Category

Baby Dental, Pacifiers Vs Thumb Sucking

Nov. 29th 2016

Did you know that the pacifier is easier for a child to be weaned off of then sucking thumb habit.  It is normal for a infant to use a pacifier and or suck on thumbs and fingers however you will want to weaned them for doing so once their teeth start coming in.  By doing so it lessen the chances of developing crowded, crooked teeth or bite problems.

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Baby Dental, The Role Baby Teeth Have

Oct. 1st 2016

Some adults do not feel that baby teeth are all that important and therefore do not need as much dental care as adult teeth.  However baby teeth do play an important role in speech development, a child’s appearance and facial structure, nutrition and ensuring that their permanent teeth erupt in their normal positions.

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Baby Dental, Baby Dental Health Care

Jan. 15th 2016

When it comes you your baby teeth you want to take care of them right away. Once the teeth begin coming in, start taking care of them right away. Sadly many parents think baby teeth are not important because they are eventually replaced by permanent ones. But these first teeth preserve the spacing for the permanent ones and help baby chew and talk. If they are not cared for properly they can decay, leading to a gum infection called gingivitis, which can affect the spacing of permanent teeth.

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Baby Dental, What is the best way to brush teeth?

Oct. 11th 2015

Even dentists and dental associations don’t agree on the best way to brush your teeth.    The study, published in the British Dental Journal, looked at the brushing advice given by dental associations across ten countries, toothpaste and toothbrush companies and in dental textbooks. They found a wide range of recommendations on what brushing method to use, how often to brush and for how long.  The researchers found no clear consensus between the various sources, and a ‘worrying’ lack of agreement between advice from dental associations compared with dental textbooks

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Kids Teeth, Dental Care and Keeping Healthy Teeth.

Sep. 13th 2012

As soon a your child teeth erupts tooth decay can occur.  There for once your child cuts their first tooth gently with a child size toothbursh and water. For children over the age of two you can brush their teeth with a pea sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. Make sure your child spits out the toothpaste and rinse with water.

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Baby dental care and knowing what a cavity look like.

Apr. 22nd 2011

Baby dental care and knowing what a cavity look like. When you are brushing your child teeth you should take a closer look each time an check for the sings of tooth decay. Prevention is the key and if you can start to spot warning signs early on you will be able to have any dental issues address by your dentist that much sooner.

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Baby Dental Insurance Coverages

Mar. 4th 2011

Baby Dental Insurance Coverages:  My three year old son needs to have two filling and a baby root canal done.   My current dental insurance is not really going to help me much for this since they do not have any dentist in the plan I can tak a three year old too. 

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Children Dental Insurance plan for Florida

Jan. 18th 2011

Looking for a good Children Dental Insurance plan in Florida:  My son is five and I need to take him to see a dentist about a baby tooth that is causing him some problems.  I lost my dental insurance benefits and I need to find a good low cost dental insurance plan in FL that will start as quickly as possible.

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New Hampshire dental care, When should my child first see a dentist

Dec. 26th 2010

I know this question may have been asked before but I asking it any way.  When should your child first see a dentist?  I read so many different  opinions about this and have some friends that say when a baby first cuts their teeth and other that say that is not necessary and before they get into Kindergarten is fine.

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New York baby dental care for cavities needed

Dec. 25th 2010

Getting a dental insurance plan that is low cost so that my son who is six can have two filling done. I do not have much time to be on line and I do not want to take all day looking for plans.  Can you advise what is your lowest cost plan that will let my son get his two filling done?

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