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... Both our ped and our dentist said three to four years old unless there are problems. We have three children. We brushed their teeth from the time they got one and we do have flouride in our water supply, which I think helps a lot. ... (8 replies)
... My dentist advised me to take my daughter with me when I have appointments, so that she is comfortable going to the dentist, even though he doesn't do anything to her at this stage. ... (8 replies)
... Bottle Caries" is one of the most common causes of cavities in young children. ... (8 replies)

... My pediatrician said to take my daughter to a pediatric dentist when she had 8 teeth. She's been twice now and she's a bit over 2. The first time we didn't get much done. The doc took a look and they did a cleaning and a flouride treatment. ... (8 replies)
... I asked this to my dentist, and he said to brush the teeth everyday when they come in. He told me as long as there doesn't appear to be problems, then 3 yrs is a good time to start. He said before that the babies don't comprehend what's going on and don't cooperate. ... (8 replies)
... ould scare him and he might take me seriously, he did and was great for 2 weeks, but messed up again this weekend, so I told him he no longer has a choice he has to do counselling as that is my last resort. ... (466 replies)
... I just took my 9 month old to her very 1st dentist apt. She has 2 teeth on the bottom. She had her teeth cleaned. It was so cute. Most dentist do not see children until they are 4 around here but my kids dentist see's them when their 1st tooth has come in. It is much better that way. ... (7 replies)
... actually teeth can be affected by the sugars in both breast and forumal milk even without teeth. the sugars can sit in the gums and begin to break down and make the teeth that haven't appeared yet weak. ... (4 replies)




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