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Toddler Teething & Fever

Instead of cutting sharp, thin incisors, toddlers cut molars during their second year of life. These large, flat teeth take longer...

What Can Be Done for Loose Teeth?

Loose teeth are normal in children as they lose their baby teeth and get their permanent set. Some adults develop loose teeth too,...

Human Teeth and Digestion

Most people associate digestion with the stomach and intestines, but the Nemours Kids Health site explains that the digestive syst...

When Do Children Need to Start Going to the Dentist?

The age of a child's first dental visit should occur earlier than some people think. Although a baby is not born with teeth, oral ...

How a Baby's Teeth Grow

As a parent, watching your baby achieve new milestones is always exciting. Throughout her first year, you may find yourself runnin...

Porcelain Vs. Acrylic Teeth

Tooth loss is unpleasant to face, but well-fitted partial or full dentures can be indistinguishable from your natural teeth. Dentu...

The Use of Pumice for Cleaning Teeth

Keeping teeth clean is important to ensure the health of your teeth and gums. Plaque and trapped food can lead to tooth decay and ...

Eczema & Teething

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin condition that causes itchy, dry skin. Children with the condition ofte...

Side Effects of Teething

Teething usually begins when an infant is between four and eight months old, but the timing can vary, according to In r...

Can Teething Cause Loss of Appetite?

Children usually start teething between 4 to 7 months, and they usually have all 20 baby teeth by the time they are 3 years old. D...
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