Teeth or no teeth, your infant’s oral health should always be a top priority. But, how are you supposed to care for your baby’s teeth? There are numerous steps to take and each serves an important purpose in preparing your baby for a future smile he or she will be glad to show off.
It can be shocking to many parents, if not perplexing: many dentists now recommend you schedule your child’s first visit before he or she turns one. Before you brush it off as a bit of overzealous advice, you should know it’s supported by the American Dental Association and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry—and with good reason!
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If your baby is around 6 months of age and is keeping you up at night, they are probably experiencing teething pain. Classic signs of the impending arrival of new teeth include sore or tender gums, drooling, chewing on hard objects and irritability.
As a parent, you want to do whatever you can to help relieve the pain and soothe your baby. After all, a sleepless, cranky baby affects the whole family. Here are some tips to soothe sore gums: