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What To Do When Your Child Loses Their Baby Teeth

In For Kids February 14, 2024

The moment your child’s first baby tooth wiggles and eventually falls out is a significant milestone, marking the beginning of their transition from adorable little teeth to proud owners of a growing set of permanent teeth. As a parent, it’s essential to be prepared for this natural process and know how to handle it. Stay …

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Teething in Babies: Symptoms, Tips, and Frequently Asked Questions

In For Kids December 6, 2023

Teething is a significant milestone in a baby’s development, but it can also be a challenging time for both infants and their parents. Understanding the symptoms of teething, along with effective tips and helpful information, can help parents navigate this phase with confidence and support their baby’s oral health. Recognizing Teething Symptoms Teething typically begins …

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Preparing Your Child for Their First Dental Visit

In For Kids July 12, 2023

The first dental visit is an important milestone in your child’s oral health journey. It sets the foundation for a lifetime of positive dental experiences. However, it’s natural for children to feel anxious or unsure about their first dental appointment. In this blog post, we will explore how you can prepare your child for their …

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How Does Thumb Sucking Affect Kids’ Teeth?

In For Kids January 11, 2023

As babies grow, thumb sucking can become a concern for parents. You might wonder whether the habit will last or if your child needs help stopping. Though not all thumb sucking damages your kid’s teeth, active thumb sucking with lots of movement can affect their dental development. How Thumb Sucking Affects Oral Health Generally, thumb …

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How to Protect Kids’ Teeth During Halloween

In For Kids October 26, 2022

Can’t you just smell the pumpkin in the air? It’s the festive Fall season, and we’re already anticipating Halloween. A time of character fashion and fun, the Halloween season also comes with its own set of sweet treats: candy. The time-honored tradition of trick-or-treating is set to make a resurgence this year as many people …

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Infant Oral Health: Caring for Your Baby’s First Teeth

In For Kids August 17, 2022

Some parents wonder why they should take care of their baby’s temporary teeth when they are replaced with permanent ones in a short period of time. However, from the very first tooth, your child will benefit immensely from proper dental care. If decayed milk teeth fall out, they do not provide a proper place for …

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How to Help Kids Feel Comfortable at the Dentist

In For Kids June 8, 2022

If you’ve ever felt nervous before a dental appointment, you’re not alone. Going to the dentist can be intimidating for many adults, so it’s no surprise that the experience is often anxiety-inducing for kids. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed in an unfamiliar environment, especially when you don’t know what to expect. If your child is …

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