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Should I Clean My Newborn Baby’s Tongue?

March 30, 2022

The babies are not born with teeth, but that does not mean relief from their mouth cleaning. After birth, the baby’s only source of nutrition is milk, and even that can cause germ and white matter buildup on their tongue. This is because babies do not produce much saliva, and therefore flushing off milk residue …

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Is Swallowing Mouthwash An Emergency?

March 15, 2022

Is your bad breath making you shy away from talking to people? Well, this issue is more common than you think, especially in children. Bad breath is a common issue children have to deal with; fortunately, mouthwashes can easily eradicate it. However, its usage is complicated when it comes to children. Continue this blog to …

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Does Teething Cause Runny Nose In Children – Truth or Myth

February 28, 2022

Teething is a very tough phase for your child and yourself as well, and seeing them in constant agony is unsightly. Teething is a big milestone for your child; however, it comes with many painful other symptoms such as fever, sleep problems, and irritability. But can teething cause a runny nose? Read on to know …

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My Child’s Crown Fell Out – What Do I Do About It?

February 15, 2022

A human tooth consists of multiple layers; enamel is the outermost covering protecting the inner, more susceptible ones from external damage-causing factors. As time passes, your child’s teeth will form cavities and decay because of improper oral care or constant wear and tear. In such cases, the dentists advise a protective gear – a dental …

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Dental Care for Infants and Children

January 30, 2022

It’s important to know about pediatric dental care if there’s an addition of a newborn in your family. This blog will address all the necessary information you need to know for the oral healthcare of your child. By the end, you’ll be aware of many do’s and don’ts for the dental care of your child …

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A Gap in Your Child’s Teeth – Here’s What You Should Know

January 15, 2022

A gap in your child’s teeth can cause personality issues because it deviates attention to that flaw. It is every person’s right to have a perfect smile. Read on to know more about it, the reason for its appearance, along with restoration plan. The Gap In The Teeth – Diastema The space in your child’s …

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How often should you change your toothbrush?

December 30, 2021

As you probably know that toothbrushes don’t last forever. You might have wondered how often you should change your toothbrush. People also ask us how often they should replace their child’s toothbrush. Children and adults should replace their toothbrushes every 3 to 4 months on average. According to the manufacturers’ guidelines and dentists’ recommendations, people …

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What Happens When You Don’t Brush Your Teeth | Kids 4 Ever Pediatric Dentistry

December 15, 2021

You probably know that brushing teeth twice a day daily is essential for your oral health. If you don’t brush your teeth daily, you may not notice any issue for the first few days. However, the omission of an essential oral hygiene act can lead to some serious oral and overall health issues in the …

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Thumbsuckers and Teeth Issues – How Are They Related?

November 30, 2021

Thumb sucking is a natural phenomenon that is seen in many babies right after birth. It offers security and comfort to the children but at a cost – their teeth. Thumbsuckers, as they grow up, often face the issue of having improper teeth. It is advised to make them get rid of this habit during …

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My Child has Black or Brown Spots on teeth, are those cavities?

November 15, 2021

Having a cavity on your child’s tooth is no less than a nightmare. It is one word that you would not want to hear from the dentist. Regular brushing, flossing and self-examination can help in early detection and you can prevent it from getting worse. For that, you must know what does a cavity look …

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