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Children teeth care, Crooked Teeth problems.

Monday, Nov. 8th 2010 7:41 AM

My sons baby teeth look to be crooked.  Not all of them are in yet so I am not sure if they will straighten on their own once all the teeth come in or not.  Also if you have crooked baby teeth does that mean you will have crooked adult teeth?  I would really love to know if I need to start saving a few grand for the cost of braces.

Posted on Nov. 8th 2010 | by admin | in Crooked Teeth | No Comments »

Children teeth care, I think my son may have a cavity

Thursday, Oct. 28th 2010 8:55 AM

My five year old son may have a cavity but I am not sure.   Right now he brushes his teeth on his own and I do a quick once over just to make sure we get everything.  However today I notice a brown spot on the side of one of the middle teeth that was not there before.

I tried brushing it off but it did not brush off.  Is this a sign of a cavity?  He was just at the dentist three months ago.  Can he get a cavity this fast?   Should I take him to see a dentist or see if it goes away on it own?

Posted on Oct. 28th 2010 | by admin | in Dental Care | 3 Comments »

Children teeth care, brushing baby teeth

Saturday, Oct. 9th 2010 6:15 AM

My eight month old son just started cutting his teeth.  I have been wiping them down after each feeding but I am not sure when I would start brushing them.  When do I start using a tooth brush?  At what age are you able to use toothpaste?  Any helpful tips about about baby teeth care would be nice thanks.

Posted on Oct. 9th 2010 | by admin | in Dental Care | 2 Comments »

Children teeth care, geting a pre teen to brush daily

Friday, Sep. 3rd 2010 9:06 AM

For some reason my 12 year old is getting into the habit of not brushing.  I tell her to brush after breakfast and she makes a fuss I guessing she is doing it since she goes to the bathroom.  I do not always remember to tell her to brush after dinner but I feel I should not have to.  However if I do not I know she does not.  How can I get her to be more serious about her oral health care?

Posted on Sep. 3rd 2010 | by admin | in Dental Care | 3 Comments »


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