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TEETHING
Teething Your baby’s first tooth will probably appear between the ages of 5 and 7 months, though some may get their first tooth a little earlier, and others a little later...

Why Fix Baby Teeth?
... A: Children go through two phases of teething; the front teeth may be lost between 6 and 8 years of age, while the twelve primary back teeth (molars and canines) are not lost until about age 12...

Why Baby Teeth Need Babying
... Signs & Symptoms of Teething Primary (baby) teeth typically begin emerging between six and nine months, though as early as three or as late as 12 months can occur...

Patient Resources
Teething to Wisdom Teeth Permanent Teeth Primary Teeth Wisdom Teeth Care Of Child's Teeth Brushing Preventing Cavities Semi Annual Check-ups Flossing About Fluoride About Mouth Guards Overview and General Tips What is Plaque...

Top 5 Tips for Teething Tots
...Decades ago, when a teething infant showed signs of discomfort, a parent might have rubbed some whisky or other strong liquor on the child's gums — a misguided and dangerous practice...

The Parent-Dentist Partnership: Establishing Better Oral Health for Your Child
... Help! While your child’s first teeth coming in are exciting milestones, the teething process can be extremely frustrating...

Actor David Ramsey Discusses Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
...The best way to prevent this problem is to avoid nursing babies to sleep at night once they reach the teething stage; a bottle-fed baby should not be allowed to fall asleep with anything but water in their bottle or “sippy cup...

4 Big Benefits for Beginning Early Dental Visits for Your Child
...We'll also help you work through other childhood issues like teething, thumb sucking or teeth grinding...

Ease Your Child's Discomfort During Teething
...Your child is teething...

4 Problem Areas That Could Affect Your Child's Teeth
... Teething...

Know the Facts to Reduce Your Child's Teething Discomfort
...But that doesn’t mean this period of development, commonly known as teething, is an easy time: your baby will endure a fair amount of discomfort, and you, perhaps, a bit of anxiety...

Take These Actions to Make Your Child More Comfortable During Teething
Teething is an important phase in your baby's dental maturity...

Weather the 'Storm' of Teething with These Comfort Tips
Teething is a normal part of your baby’s dental development...

FAQs About Children's Dental Development
...Some babies are even born with teeth! You will know the first tooth is about to come in if you see signs of teething, such as irritability and a lot of drooling...

Ease Your Child's Teething Discomfort with these Tips
Although it’s a natural part of dental development, teething is no picnic for your baby...

Protect Your Child's Long-Term Dental Health with Regular Office Visits
...We're your best source for information about dental health and development, including concerns like teething and thumb sucking...

Semi Annual Check-ups
...Semi-annual checkups allow me to spot early conditions such as baby bottle tooth decay, teething irritations, gum disease, and prolonged thumb-sucking...

Overview and General Tips
...Semi-annual check-ups allow our office to spot early conditions, such as baby bottle tooth decay, teething irritations, gum disease, and prolonged thumb sucking...

Sore Gums/Teething
When babies are teething, usually between the ages of four months and 2...

Pacifiers and Thumb and Finger Sucking
...Many parents use a clean teething ring, a cool spoon, or a cold wet washcloth...

Prevention Tips for Children
... Teething, Pacifiers and Thumb-Sucking Teething is a sign that your child's gums are sore...

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