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Teething can be a long, difficult process for the baby and the parents, especially if you’re not exactly sure what to do. The teething first begins when your child is about 6 months old and it typically stops around 3 years old. This is a drawn-out process that can be tiring and inconvenient. However, there

Our team at [practice_name] wants to help you take care of your child’s teeth so your child can grow into the strong, healthy, and beautiful smile they deserve. So, we recommend doing the following things:

· Before your baby’s teeth even grow into place, wash their gums

If you have multiple teeth missing in one part of your mouth, it can compromise your ability to chew food and could even influence your speech. If you don’t restore the structure in that area the surrounding teeth will gradually begin to twist and move to compensate for the void. In many cases like this

The ADA (or American Dental Association) has been around for 125 years, making sure dental products are safe and effective for the public to use in its quest to advance oral health. Advertising can be misleading, and for as long as products have been around, sales pitches have been exaggerating claims.

The ADA has set standards

Taking care of your teeth and gums is not really that hard to do. Diligently brushing and flossing twice a day, along with bi-annual dental visits for cleanings and checkups can go a long way in ensuring that your smile is healthy for years to come. But adding a good mouthwash to your daily mix

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