Cleaning baby teeth gums even before the teeth come?
Even before your baby sports his first tooth, it’s a good idea to get into the habit of wiping his gums with gauze or a soft wet washcloth during bath time. You don’t need to use any toothpaste yet. Simply wrap the cloth or gauze around your index finger and rub it gently over his gums.
How to brush a baby’s teeth after they start coming?
Brush twice a day, Use a fluoride toothpaste, Brush gently on the gums. Replace the brush every month.
How to know if the baby is getting the right amount of fluoride?
Your baby’s developing teeth can benefit from a little fluoride. (The amount recommended for children under 3 is .25 milligrams per day.) This mineral helps prevent tooth decay by strengthening tooth enamel and making it more resistant to acids and harmful bacteria.
First visit to a dentist?
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that you take your child to the dentist within six months after her first tooth erupts, or by her first birthday, whichever comes first.
How does Tooth decay occur in baby teeth?
There are multiple reasons for decay in baby teeth, one of the major reason is food items. Many food items like peanut butter, jelly crackers, pasta lead to tooth decay.
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