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The baby's first set of teeth are as important as her adult teeth. According to experts, the "baby teeth' are responsible for helping the baby learn to chew and speak, and they also hold the space for adult teeth when they develop under the gums. Please help your baby develop good oral hygiene habits by limiting using sweet things and teaching her to brush her teeth appropriately at an early age.

Description: You should start brushing your baby's teeth by using a small amount of water as soon as the first tooth appears

You should start brushing your baby's teeth by using a small amount of water as soon as the first tooth appears

Infancy

You should start brushing your baby's teeth by using a small amount of water as soon as the first tooth appears. You can also rub a wet washcloth gently along her gums to clean bacteria and prevent tooth decay. This action helps her acquaint with cleaning her teeth, and will make her more receptive when you start using a toothbrush. You’d better use clean water to brush her teeth until she is 2 years old, unless advised otherwise by your dentist.

Description: You’d better use clean water to brush her teeth until she is 2 years old

You’d better use clean water to brush her teeth until she is 2 years old

Brush a toddler’s teeth

Most of the toothpastes contain fluoride, not meant to be swallowed. After your baby is 2 years old, the risk of swallowing too much fluoride is reduced. Use a small amount and encourage your baby to spit out the remaining toothpaste and rinse her mouth after. Once she grasps the concept of spitting, you can use more toothpaste. According to experts, swallowing too much toothpaste can cause stomach pain and can cause intestinal obstruction, along with shock, tremors and vomiting.

Independence

Description: Experts recommend brushing twice a day, and state that at 6 or 7 years old most children will be able to brush their teeth without help

Experts recommend brushing twice a day, and state that at 6 or 7 years old most children will be able to brush their teeth without help

You should monitor your baby to make sure she understands the brushing and does not forget to rub her tongue to stop bad breath. Experts recommend brushing twice a day, and state that at 6 or 7 years old most children will be able to brush their teeth without help.

See a dentist

Experts recommend parents schedule their baby’s first dentist appointment when she has the first tooth, but not longer than a year old. This helps your baby get used to the dentist and allows the dentist to make sure everything is properly developing. Your dentist can also find out complications that can occur as a result of acts like thumb sucking.

 

 

 

 

 

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