Kids Dentistry

Kid with milk Teeth

Why should you care for your kid’s baby teeth?

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Many people wonder whether there is any need to take care of their baby’s teeth. While some people have the logical argument that these teeth will fall out, it is vital to ensure good oral health for your children. Baby teeth play a very significant role in the development of your child, making it necessary … Continue reading Why should you care for your kid’s baby teeth?

Baby Brushing Teeth

Important facets to develop good dental health habits in children

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Kids learn by example, and parents are the first and primary example kids have when it comes to creating healthy habits on their own. Parents sometimes have a hard time convincing their kids to take good care of their teeth. Although a child’s baby teeth will eventually all fall out, it’s not a free pass … Continue reading Important facets to develop good dental health habits in children

Baby Teething

Baby teething Remedies

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While babies getting their first teeth is an occasion worth treasuring, the process is far from easy for the kid. Baby teething causes pain which results in lot of uncomfortable moments for the child. As a parent, we understand that the child’s comfort always comes first to you. So, here in this article, our child … Continue reading Baby teething Remedies

Feeding Bottle

Important things every parent should know about Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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Tooth decay occurs in kids and infants is termed as Baby bottle tooth decay and toddler tooth decay. Every parent should take care of their toddler’s teeth as they serve as the foundation for the adult or permanent teeth. Decay is the main culprit for milk teeth and makes the baby teeth prone to lose … Continue reading Important things every parent should know about Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Kids Dental Care

5 common dental issues that are prone to your kid’s teeth

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Baby teeth in infants and kids are highly vulnerable to tooth decay as their enamel are not harder as permanent teeth. Such caries and decay lead the teeth to fall out earlier. You may ask, “Permanent teeth can erupt only after the milk teeth fall out. Then, why we need to worry about that?”

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