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Teething – Tips To Keep On Top And Enjoy The 1st Big Toothy Baby Grin

teething, can be a very frustrating experience for babies and their parents. Parents hate to know their baby is in pain. In this article we hope to help you so you know what to do when your baby is cutting a new tooth. You’ll get through the teething stage, without spending too much time biting your nails.

Teething – When will it happen?

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Good dental hygiene for your baby

You should start caring for the babys gums even before the teeth come in. Wipe their gums off with a washcloth or gauze or use a baby-sized toothbrush, but no toothpaste. When the first tooth appears, brush it with plain water.

Another important tip for preventing tooth decay: don’t let your baby fall asleep with a bottle. The milk or juice can pool in her mouth and cause tooth decay and plaque.

Good dental hygiene for your baby is extremely important. These teeth are not permanent and will eventually fall out, however, lack of proper care can cause them to drop out prematurely, leaving gaps. If that happens the other teeth may try to fill the gap, causing bad alignment in the babyĆ­s permanent teeth.

The American Dental Association recommends that children see a dentist by age 1, when six to eight teeth are in place, to spot any potential problems and advise parents about preventive care.

Around age three, when your child is old enough to spit it out, toothpaste is okay to use. Make sure the toothpaste contains fluoride but use very little for small children. Do not let them swallow it. Overdoses of fluoride are dangerous for children.

In Conclusion

Cutting teeth is a normal part of babyhood, and, even if it is painful, it is temporary. Keep on top of the symptoms. When you see that first tooth, all the irritation will be well worth it when you see a big toothy grin on your baby!

 

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