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All about your baby’s first teeth as well as some strategies to ease teething pain: http://ow.ly/Ek8W30hRyWy
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Here are 8 useful tips for parents to help make a child’s trip to the dentist a positive experience: http://ow.ly/6skR30hRyWx
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A little bit of history on the invention of the first toothbrush: http://ow.ly/2APv30hRyWw
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While a sippy cup is useful to help your toddler learn to drink from a cup, prolonged use and filling it with sugary beverages can be harmful to your child’s teeth. http://ow.ly/vmnG30hRyWv
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Sometimes when a baby tooth is prematurely lost, a space maintainer is necessary to maintain the spot for the permanent tooth. http://ow.ly/4e2r30hRyWu
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If you child chips or injures a tooth, it is important to see the dentist for prompt care. http://ow.ly/ePjA30hRyWt
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A dental abscess is a tooth infection that has reached into the gums and the surrounding tissues. With a dental abscess, your child may experience pain, fever, swelling and complain of discomfort when eating or touching the area. Without prompt care, this infection can spread to other areas of the body.
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While thumb sucking is normal and soothing for babies and toddlers, prolonged thumb sucking in young children can affect their bite and jaw structure. http://ow.ly/BexA30hRyWs
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While your baby’s new teeth are key for chewing, speaking and appearance, they also hold space in the jaws for the next set of adult teeth. Caring for your child’s baby new teeth is essential for a lifetime of optimal oral health.
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Some oral health concerns during the teen years from the American Dental Association: http://ow.ly/JehO30hRyWr
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