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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, How do you get your child to use a children toothbrush

Feb. 1st 2018

Question: How do you start getting your child to brush their teeth.  My son is almost three and I am still brushing his teeth, because he will not do it on his own.  When he does try he just chews on the tooth brush he does not really brush his teeth.  Is he still to young to brush his own teeth?  Should I wait until he is older to get him to brush his teeth right?  Or is there a trick I can use to get him to brush is teeth correctly?

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Modifying your regular dental habits to best care for dental restorations.

Dec. 11th 2017

Dental restorations such as veneers, crowns, implants and even resin based filling can be expensive. Protecting your investment and making it last longer just makes good sense. Therefore with proper care and regular dentist visits you can look good and your crowns, veneers and other restorations will be able to last for many years.

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Los Angeles California Dental Insurance for Orthodontic Treatment

Apr. 23rd 2017

Question: I have a teen currently in braces but we moved from FL and need to find a new orthodontic dentist. Also I just found out since I moved to a different state my dental insurance is not valid in CA so I need dental insurance that will help me cover the orthodontic treatment my son.

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Baby Dental, When Does Dental Care Start

Apr. 15th 2017

A baby’s dental care really starts with his or her mother’s healthy pregnancy, because baby teeth begin to form before birth. That is just another reason why if you are pregnant, to make sure and eat a balanced, nutritious diet and get an adequate amount of vitamins and minerals. It is important for pregnant women to have a complete dental exam and have any cavities or gum disease treated.

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Baby Dental, Your Dentist Helps Teach Your Child About Teeth Care

Feb. 19th 2017

When you child first goes to the dentist a child dentist will sometimes use models, an oversize brush, even finger puppets as a way to keep it fun but still get their point across. The dentist will show your child how to brush with your help. The dentist may also explain how the cavity damage teeth and how eating nutritious meals and drinking plenty of water keeps teeth healthy.

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Major Dental Services Needed PPO Insurance Or Dental Discount Plan

Jan. 25th 2017

Question: I have not been to the dentist since I was on my parents dental insurance plan, which has been some time now. I know I need dental work. I am not in any major pain or anything I just know that my teeth are not in good shape. I am not sure if I should get a dental insurance plan with its waiting period and yearly max limitations and do my dental services a little at a time. Or go for a dental discount plan for the dental saving and get my dental work done all at once. Which way in the long run would be cheaper?

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Baby Dental, Affordable Family Dental Plans

Jan. 21st 2017

According to the National Association of Dental Plans, approximately half of the U.S. population does not have an affordable dental plan. The cost for affordable dental insurance can vary. Therefore, it is important to understand all your options in obtaining the most affordable dental plan coverage.

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Baby Dental, Periodontal Disease and Oral and Overall Health

Oct. 21st 2015

Treating periodontal disease now is one of the first lines of defense against these and other medical conditions. Your dentist can discuss with you the periodontal treatment process, providing you with all the information you need to make a decision regarding your oral health and your systemic well-being.

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How often do you need to take your child to see the dentist?

Oct. 19th 2015

Question: My son is one and I do not have dental insurance on him yet.   I am planing on taking him to see the dentist in the next few weeks.  I would like to know about how many times does a baby need to go to the dentist a year?  I see the dentist once a year for my dental check up and cleaning.  Would that be the same for my son?  Thanks

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Why it is very important to treat periodontal disease (gum disease)

Oct. 17th 2015

When your gums are infected, the bacteria that flourish there can easily travel throughout your body to other tissues and organs. Because this process takes time, you may not even realize that you are at risk until more pressing symptoms arise. Medical problems that have been linked to untreated gum disease include the following:

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