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  • Oral Health for Toddlers: How can I protect my child's teeth?
    Oral Health for Toddlers: How can I protect my child's teeth?

    Your baby’s teeth begin to form in the womb so protecting them actually begins with mom taking care of herself during pregnancy. Proper nutrition and following doctor’s orders during pregnancy will ...

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  • Why are the primary teeth so important?
    Why are the primary teeth so important?

    Primary teeth (also known as deciduous teeth) are the twenty “baby” teeth that begin to erupt around six months of age. They actually begin to form in the womb, which means they must rely on the ...

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  • Does my child really need dental checkups every six months?
    Does my child really need dental checkups every six months?

    Great oral health does not happen without daily care and periodic attention from your dental professional. Children should have their first dental checkup around twelve months of age. Regular visits ...

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  • How can I help prevent my child from getting cavities?
    How can I help prevent my child from getting cavities?

    Your child’s teeth actually begin to form while still in the womb. Taking prescribed prenatal vitamins as well as eating a healthy diet while pregnant are things you can do before bringing your child ...

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  • When should my child start using toothpaste?
    When should my child start using toothpaste?

    Caring for your child’s teeth involves much more than making sure they see their pediatric dentist . Teeth begin forming in the womb. Expectant mothers can help their child’s teeth formation by ...

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  • A Parent's Guide to Infant and Toddler Dental Care
    A Parent's Guide to Infant and Toddler Dental Care

    A parent’s primary concern is for their child’s safety and good health. You take your infant to a pediatrician for well-baby visits, inoculations to protect them from numerous illnesses, and follow ...

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