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Children's Dentistry

A Guide to Protecting Your Baby's Teeth

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When you have a baby you are generally bombarded with new information, many of which you had not even considered. One that often falls between the cracks is looking after your baby’s teeth. ... Continue reading

Tags:  Tooth Decay

Not Too Late To Access The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) Funds

The government had previously announced its intention to halt the nation-wide CDBS initiative to make way for the Child and Adult Public Dental Scheme, but it was reinstated when parliament did not pass legislation for the new scheme. Prior to the announcement to keep CDBS going, a tentative date of... Continue reading

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Baby Teeth – Tips on Baby Tooth Care

The development and growth of teeth really begins in the mother's womb. Your child’s baby teeth usually start to develop on the fifth gestation week as their primary teeth begin budding in their jaws. The strength and growth of milk teeth depends on the health and diet of the mother during thi... Continue reading

Tags:  Oral Health Tips

4 Ways to Prevent Crooked Teeth in Children

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Crooked teeth don't only affect a child's appearance. They can also affect their speech and make it harder for children to brush and floss, increasing their risk of oral health problems like tooth decay and gum disease [1]i Genetics may have some influence on crooked teeth developing [2], so it&rsq... Continue reading

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How to encourage good oral hygiene habits in children

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Good habits start young. By caring for kids’ oral health at an early age, you can help instil habits that can last a lifetime. Proper oral hygiene for children isn’t too different from adults’ oral hygiene – it involves brushing teeth at least twice a day, flossing daily, cu... Continue reading

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