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Understanding the Development of Your Child’s Teeth

Children's teeth develop between pregnancy and about age 12 when the last adult teeth apart from wisdom teeth erupt. According to Kids Health, a child has 20 primary (or “baby”) teeth at birth, some of which are fully developed in their jaw and ready to erupt between 6 and 12 months of age. The development of dentistry for children as a field moves with your child through their life, until they tr Learn More

12 Steps to Caring for a Baby’s Teeth

Baby Dental Care It's never too early to start caring for your baby's teeth! Taking care of a baby's teeth requires more than just brushing, so it's important to understand the detailed steps involved in promoting oral health. Nurturing and caring for a baby's teeth is essential to ensure healthy development and growth. Did you know oral health affects your child's appearance? As teeth are an external part of the Learn More

Are Sports Drinks Affecting My Kids Teeth?

teen oral care Parents should be particularly concerned about their children's oral health as they transition into their teen years. As a parent, it's important to realize that diet plays a key role in teen oral care. In that case, it's better to focus on preventive care and stay informed about what your child eats and drinks. This ensures good oral health as your child further transitions into adulthood. One co Learn More