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21Jun, 2016

Children’s Teeth Cycle

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Even before your baby was born, little tooth buds were developing under his gums. So when do baby teeth start to appear? Rest assured that this is a rough guideline. It’s perfectly normal for a baby to show his first tooth as early as three months, or as late as his first birthday. A few babies are even born with a tooth. It takes between two years and three years for a full set of gleaming teeth to appear. This chart tells you when baby teeth come in (or erupt) […]

6May, 2016

Oral Health During Pregnancy

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Growing evidence suggests that pregnant women who have gum disease may be more likely to have a baby that is born too early and too small. While more researching is needed, it appears that gum disease triggers increased levels of biological fluids that can induce labor. Data also suggest that when gum disease worsens during pregnancy, there’s a higher risk of having a premature, low birth weight baby. To help minimize any risks during pregnancy, here is some general advice and some common conditions to be on the lookout for: […]