Baby Teeth And Tooth Decay

Prevent Bottle Mouth If you are a new parent, then there are many health concerns for a baby, including proper dental care. An infant has their first baby tooth erupt in their gum tissue at approximately six months before others become visible within about two years....

What Is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Babies and toddlers who experience tooth decay at a young age are referred to as having “baby bottle tooth decay”. Temporary baby teeth that are shed around the early school age years are nonetheless very important. Baby teeth provide infants and toddlers...

Can Candy Cause Cavities?

That special time of the year is approaching. No, not your anniversary; Halloween. And with Halloween – like clockwork – comes trick or treating, comes gobs and gobs of candy and chocolate, comes limitless amounts of sugar, comes worries about cavities and...

Prevent Childhood Gum Disease

Selecting Bottles and Pacifiers Gum disease is a serious dental health condition that often begins in childhood. Gingivitis can lead to loss of teeth along with infections in the jawbone that will cause intense pain. Preventing childhood gum disease begins with...

Prevent Cavities This Halloween

Halloween is one of the best holidays of the year. This is especially true for parents. The joy of taking kids trick-or-treating is immense. However, long after the fun of Halloween night is over, your kids will still have huge piles of candy. This candy can be...

Cough syrup and tooth decay

Although liquid cough medicine is beneficial for general health, it can be detrimental to our teeth, particularly if taken at bedtime. There are many cough medications and cough drops that can contribute to tooth decay. These contain corn syrup, fructose and sucrose....

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