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    Oral Care For Children
    Oral hygiene is one of the basic components of your child’s lifelong dental health. Poor oral hygiene may cause your child infection, pain and discomfort, eating difficulties and speech problems. You play a key role in establishing habits of proper dental care routine in the early years of your child’s life to avoid oral health ...
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    Brushing Up
    Like adults, young children can develop bad breath, gum disease and tooth decay if their teeth and gums are not properly cared for. Start them young and set a good example. Play dentist and teeth cleaning games to cultivate the habit of teeth-brushing at an early age. CLEANING BABY’S GUMS AND TEETH Start cleaning your ...
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    Brush Off Tooth Decay & Gum Disease From Young
    By now, your preschooler would have developed a full set of baby teeth (also known as primary or deciduous teeth), which will last him until he turns eleven when the last milk tooth sheds. Good dental care at this time is critical to prevent cavities and gum disease, and make way for the development of ...
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    Flash Those Pearly Whites!
    Dental care should begin long before your child’s first tooth develops. Although your baby’s teeth can’t be seen in the early months, they are formed, but have yet to erupt from the gums. Poor dental hygiene promotes tooth decay. Left untreated, the decay may enter the underlying bone structure, which can affect the development of ...