8 Common Questions New Parents Have About Their Baby’s Teeth
When Will My Child Get Their First Teeth?
A temperature is NOT a sign of teething. If your child has a temperature it means they are sick.
When Should My Child See the Dentist?
Bring your child to the dentist either when the first teeth come through from the gums or when your child reaches one year of age, whichever comes first.
When Should I Start Brushing My Baby's Teeth?
Is It True Formula Causes Tooth Decay?
Why Are My Child's Baby Teeth Spaced Apart?
When Should I Start Using Piksters For My Little One's Teeth?
When Should I Start Using An Electric Toothbrush For My Child?
Should My Child Be Using Fluoride Or Non-Fluoride Toothpaste?
We strongly recommend toothpaste that contains fluoride for kids. Because of how thin the enamel is, kids’ small teeth are the most vulnerable to getting cavities and dental infection
Contact Your Child’s Dentist Today
Taking care of a new baby can be stressful, especially if you feel uncertain about their dental hygiene. If you’re a new parent with questions about your child’s teeth, talk to your child’s dentist over the phone or in person.
Alternatively we invite to book for a consultation with our friendly dentist 🙂
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