Teething Rings: Are They Safe?

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Do you have a teething young infant? In trying to find ways to help soothe your child’s discomfort have you landed on teething rings? While some of them have been used for years, and can be great at soothing an uncomfortable child, teething rings may not be safe if they... Read more »

Reverse Poor Oral Hygiene with Teething Treatments

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One of the most common issues that arise with the pediatric care of a child is through a condition known as teething. Teasing is common for every single child as it is the process in which teeth erupt above the gum line in their mouth. However, this process can often... Read more »

Teething Symptoms

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On one hand, it may seem funny to write about how you’ll be able to tell when your child is teething. You’ll understand the signs instantly, and everyone within earshot will as well; the baby’s not going to be mild-mannered about it. But it’s right to be prepared to help... Read more »

The Best Smiles are Possible with Teething Treatments

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When your child's teeth erupt above the gums, it results in a painful process known as teething. Always take the time to ensure your child’s well-being is well taken care of, including their smile. Be sure your child has access to teething treatments. Here are some tips to follow: -... Read more »

Breastfeeding and Your Child’s Oral Health Care

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Did you know that breastfeeding plays a key role in the smile of your child? Breastfeeding and your child’s oral health care can in many ways complement each other. The benefits of breastfeeding for a child’s dental health include the following: - Studies have shown that babies who are breastfed... Read more »

Alleviating Discomfort from Teething

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Your baby has 20 primary teeth, also called “baby teeth,” under their gum line. These teeth usually start to break through the gums between 6 and 12 months. The teething process is uncomfortable, so your baby may be irritable during the day and have a hard time sleeping at night.... Read more »

Symptoms and Timeline for Teething

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If you've raised a child, you know that teething can be uncomfortable for all involved. Fortunately, with the right information, you can make the experience more tolerable. For instance, do you know when your child's first tooth should come in? Or when their second should? Do you know the next... Read more »