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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.

Cut Out The Bedtime Bottles – Baby Dental

Tuesday, Aug. 24th 2021 6:40 AM

Giving a baby a bedtime bottle of juice, milk, or formula, can put new teeth on a path to dental decay. The baby may become used to falling asleep with the bottle in his or her mouth, bathing the teeth in sugars overnight. It is best to keep bottles out of the crib.  However if you must give your baby a bottle fill it only with water

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Safe Your Teeth By Wearing a Mouth Guard 

Friday, Aug. 20th 2021 6:37 AM

Guard  Whether you play football, hockey, baseball or any other contact sport, do not get in the game without a mouth guard. A mouth guard protects the upper row of teeth. Without it, your teeth could get chipped or even knocked out when the action gets rough. Self-fitting mouth guards may be purchased at a store, or you can have one custom made by your dentist.

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Never Chew on Ice – Baby Dental

Monday, Aug. 16th 2021 6:34 AM

You might think chewing on ice is harmless, after all many people do have this habit. However munching on hard, frozen cubes can chip or even crack your teeth. Causing serious damage to your teeth that are not cheap to fix. Think twice before chewing on ice.

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Baby Dental – Do a Little Finesse Flossing

Thursday, Aug. 12th 2021 6:29 AM

Most people know that flossing is a fundamental step in keeping our teeth and gums clean, however this is if you do it right. Snapping and popping your way through the process probably does more damage than good, causing friction on tissue and damage at the gum line. Instead, use about two inches of floss between your fingers, unroll a fresh section of floss for each tooth, and keep the floss tight against your tooth to break up plaque while leaving your gums in good shape.

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Baby Dental – Brushing Your Teeth Correctly.

Monday, Aug. 9th 2021 11:26 AM

We all know by now how important brushing your teeth is as part of your daily dental habits. However, are your brushing technique still below par? Maybe you do not brush often enough or worse, at all?    It takes only about two minutes to properly clean your teeth and gums. Angle the brush 45 degrees toward your gum line, and use gentle, circular strokes. Make sure the bristles on the brush are not bending, if they are, you are brushing too hard and wearing down your teeth and gums.

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Don’t Ditch The Dentist Because of Neglect – Baby Dental

Thursday, Aug. 5th 2021 6:24 AM

It can be easy to become laxed in your dental hygiene. But do not let the happen. You dental care health starts at home. It is very important to take care of your oral health by brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily. Also make sure to use a mouth-rise that kill germs and fight plaque. There have been many studies done that show a direct link of your oral health and overall health. Poor oral health can result in poor overall health. Make sure to see your dentist regularly to maintain proper dental health.

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Baby Dental – Don’t Ditch The Dentist Because of Finances

Monday, Aug. 2nd 2021 6:18 AM

We can understand how cost can be a large factor when it comes to making and keeping needed dental appointment.  However one sure way of reducing your dental care cost is by having dental insurance.  Most dental insurance plan provide preventive dental care for free. And when you maintain proper preventive dental care, you also reduce your risk of needed larger more costly dental care services in the future.

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Don’t Ditch The Dentist Because of Dental Fears

Friday, Jul. 30th 2021 6:13 AM

Fears We know it can be hard to keep your dental appointment when dealing with dental fears. However, dental fears can be addressed so you do not have to defer needed dental care. Here are some tips that may help

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Don’t Ditch The Dentist – Baby Dental

Sunday, Jul. 25th 2021 6:09 AM

If you are prone to ditching the dentist, it turns out you are part of the roughly 50 percent of adults in the United States who do not see a dentist on a yearly basis because of dentist phobia(fears), finances, or just plain neglect. Regular trips to the dentist can catch problems such as decay, gum disease, trauma, or cancer at an early stage when they are treatable and solutions are more affordable

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Smoking Kick the Habit – Baby Dental

Wednesday, Jul. 21st 2021 6:07 AM

Just in case you need yet another person in your life to explain why you need to quit smoking,  talk to your dentist. The nicotine and tar in cigarettes are not only turning your teeth an unsightly shade of yellowish brown, but they are eating away at your gums.

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