While most babies don't start getting teeth until they are six months old, infant dental care is important from the very beginning. Many dentists recommend an initial visit before the child's first birthday to make sure teeth and gums are cared fo...
The primary teeth of the baby start to form in the first trimester and the permanent teeth in the second trimester of pregnancy. That is why any disturbances in the pregnant women’s health might cause damage not only to the primary but also to the...
Healthy teeth and gums are vital to children’s general health. Good dental care should start even before those first baby teeth arrive. But how do you clean those tiny gums and teeth? Here's some help.
When should I take my child to the dentist for the first check-up? How do I find a pediatric dentist in my hometown? Here are some frequently asked questions on dental care for babies, answered by experts.
Here's some help to guide you in choosing the right tooth brush for your baby.
Now that your baby's teeth are on their way, make sure your baby's new teeth get the best care. Here are some practical tips.
Many parents mistakenly believe those baby teeth are less important than permanent teeth because they are just going to “fall out anyway”. But it's not true. Here are such baby teeth myths.