Kids usually lose their first baby tooth around 5 or 6 years old. However they can start as early as 4 or as late as 8 years old. No matter when that first tooth gets loose, it is a monumental Continue Reading →
Teething is a painful milestone that every baby will go through. While dealing with a fussy, cranky baby can put you at your wit’s end, there are ways you can help your little one get through this experience. The following Continue Reading →
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Your baby’s first year of life is full of surprised and big changes. Milestones like their first tooth can bring a lot of joy to parent, but with these new choppers comes a lot of responsibility. With solid food, teething Continue Reading →
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Making brushing fun for your kids. A cavity isn’t fun for anyone, especially parents. The best way to teach your child how to effectively care for their teeth in the future, is by making it a habit now. The easiest Continue Reading →
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Baby teeth are the first molars to emerge through the gums around the age of six months old. They help you to chew, smile, and speak. They give shape to your face and set the path for later teeth to Continue Reading →
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Whether they be good or bad, habits can develop early on in young children and stay with them for a long time. When it comes to brushing, habits can make the difference between keeping and losing their teeth. Contrary to Continue Reading →
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What is ECTD? ECTD or Early Childhood Tooth Decay is exactly what it sounds like: children’s teeth that are decaying and rotting. However, ECTD refers to baby teeth in children as young as one year. While most parents are concerned Continue Reading →
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According to the American Dental Association, your child should start developing their primary “baby” teeth between the ages of 6 months and 1 year old. By the age of 3 most children have a full set of 20 primary teeth. Continue Reading →
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