Parenting - Infant care | 0-1 yrs

Baby's First Teeth

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When Do Babies Start Teething?

Teething can be very frustrating for children and parents alike. Your babies’ teeth may grow in with no problems while others may find it to be very painful and tedious. Your child may experience sleeplessness, swollen gums, heavy drooling, biting...

Signs Of Teething: Photos

When your baby is around six months old, she may cut her first tooth! But before the first tooth bud appears, you may see the signs of teething. Find out what they are.

Baby's First Tooth: 7 Facts Parents Should Know

There is a wide range of variability of when a first tooth may appear—some babies may not have any teeth by their first birthday! Around 3 months of age, babies will begin exploring the world with their mouth and have increased saliva and start to...

How To Care For Your Baby's First Teeth

It is important to protect your child’s first teeth against decay so that adult teeth have a chance to fully develop before they come through. It’s never too early to start caring for your baby’s teeth.

7 Tips To Care For Your Baby's First Teeth

Now that your baby's teeth are on their way in, it's time to start taking care of them. Even though this set will only be around for a short time, their health is essential to your baby's gums and those future permanent teeth. Make sure your baby'...

How To Treat Teething Discomfort In Babies

Teething refers to the process in which an infant’s first set of teeth start emerging through the gums. These teeth are often known as ‘baby teeth’ or ‘milk teeth’, usually arriving in pairs. Generally, teething begins between 6 and 8 months of ag...

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