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What is the best way to clean my baby’s gums?

Posted by admin on  February 22, 2024
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How to properly clean your baby’s gums Cleaning your baby’s gums is an essential part of their oral care routine. Before your baby’s teeth come in, it’s important to keep their gums clean to prevent bacteria buildup and promote healthy development. To clean your baby’s gums, you can simply use a soft, damp washcloth or gauze pad. Gently wrap the cloth or gauze around your finger and gently wipe along your baby’s gums, both on

Are dental X-rays safe for children?

Posted by admin on  February 22, 2024
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Potential Risks of Dental X-Rays for Children Dental x-rays, while valuable for diagnosing oral health issues, do come with potential risks, especially for children. One concern is the exposure to radiation during the imaging process. Although modern x-ray machines emit low levels of radiation, repeated exposure over time can still accumulate and pose a risk to children’s developing bodies. Another risk is the possibility of improper positioning during the x-ray, leading to the need for

What are dental sealants, and do my child need them?

Posted by admin on  February 22, 2024
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What are dental sealants? Dental sealants are thin, protective coatings placed on the chewing surfaces of molars and premolars. They are typically made of plastic material and are applied to prevent bacteria and food particles from getting trapped in the grooves and pits of the teeth. By forming a barrier, dental sealants help to reduce the risk of cavities and decay in these vulnerable areas. These sealants are a preventive measure that can be particularly

How can thumb sucking affect my child’s teeth?

Posted by admin on  February 22, 2024
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Signs of thumb sucking affecting teeth Thumb sucking can leave visible marks on a child’s teeth, with the most common sign being the appearance of an open bite. This occurs when the front teeth slant outward extensively and do not make contact when the mouth is closed. Additionally, the pressure exerted by the thumb on the front teeth can cause them to protrude, leading to potential alignment issues. Another noticeable effect of thumb sucking on

What should I do if my child knocks out a tooth?

Posted by admin on  February 22, 2024
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Signs of a knocked-out tooth A knocked-out tooth can be a distressing experience, causing immediate pain and discomfort. Upon inspection, you may notice a gap in your smile where the tooth used to be, accompanied by bleeding and swelling in the affected area. In some cases, the tooth may still be partially attached or completely detached from its socket, leading to a sense of urgency to address the situation promptly. Assessing the severity of the

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