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Baby Blog on Dental Health Care
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, 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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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 teeth care, How do you floss a two year old teeth.

Dec. 5th 2010

My dentist told me that I do need to start flossing my son teeth now.  He does not have any cavities which is good but he says it is time to make sure I am flossing.  How do I do that?  He does not sit still when I am brushing his teeth but I get though it.  I not sure how to make him stay still for flossing any tips or ideas?

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Baby teeth care, Baby teething pain and non stop crying

Sep. 29th 2010

My poor son is having teething pain and is crying all the time.  His doctor said is just having normal teething pains and not to worry about it so much it just working though it.  However, this is not easy for him or us to see him cry and be so upset.

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Baby dental insurance, baby teeth care

Aug. 31st 2010

My son is seven months and is currently teething.  I do not have current dental insurance and I am currently trying to find a good dental plan for my son.   I just not sure what to get.  Right now he is not seeing any dentist.

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Baby teeth care, Looking for a good dental plan for my daughter

Jun. 27th 2010

My daughter is five and her teeth so far are really good with no cavities.  However with the increasing cost of dental care even for just a cleaning I would like to get a dental plan that can help reduce what I am paying out to the dentist.

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Baby dental, baby teeth care, White spots on two teeth.

Apr. 24th 2010

My son teeth are starting to cut though.  He has about five of them now.  As I was cleaning them I notice that on two of this teeth he has white spots.  It is hard to see it at first since his teeth are white. However if you look close enough with the light on you can see were part of the tooth is whiter then other parts of  the same tooth.

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