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James
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Hello everybody! As you know, I'm also getting ready to be a father soon. Also, I even know the way that I will use. I want to have a child through surrogacy. But that is not important now. Now I want to talk about a common problem for all parents - baby teeth. I am sure that people who already have a child can understand why I want to talk about this problem. When this happens to your child, you're trying to find any information that can help you though, would somehow. So I want to ask some questions. And your answers will help us all to deal with this problem in the near future, or is now. How to treat milk teeth? How should we take care of the baby teeth? What are the problems our children receive because of the baby teeth? What should we do to avoid problems with baby teeth?

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James
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We should always help each other so that the world can be really cruel to us. So, we can only hope to help each other. Listen to what I will tell you. Once the teeth begin coming in, start taking care of them right away. Many parents think baby teeth aren't important because they're eventually replaced by permanent ones. But these first teeth preserve the spacing for the permanent ones and help Baby chew and talk. If they're not cared for properly they can decay, leading to a gum infection called gingivitis, which can affect the spacing of permanent teeth. Start cleaning your child's mouth even before her teeth come in. Wipe the gums off after each feeding with a warm, wet washcloth or a dampened piece of gauze wrapped around your finger.

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Moro
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I'm not the standard of erudition, but in any case, I hope that my opinion can also bring at least some kind benefits. The first signs of cavities in baby teeth are discoloration and minor pitting. Putting Baby to bed with a bottle of milk (or worse, juice) is notorious for causing cavities. Don't leave your infant with a bottle for long periods of time, especially if you notice he's no longer feeding and is just using the bottle for comfort. Most infant foods easily wash off Baby's teeth with just a drink of water after meals. But it's good to introduce a toothbrush (choose a very soft one) as soon as possible, so baby can get used to having it in his mouth. You probably won't need to use the brush to actually clean Baby's teeth until he's eating only table foods (and has a significant number of teeth), at around 18 months.

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James
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I can not tell too much because I do not know enough about it. But in any case, I hope that my thoughts and words can also bring at least something good. However, you'll want to gently clean your child's teeth with a toothbrush or thimble-like cleaner and some bicarbonate of soda if your toddler has eaten sticky, sugary foods. Begin using a pea-size amount of non-fluoride toothpaste once Baby is about 2. Wait until at least 3, when your child is old enough not to swallow the toothpaste, before introducing the fluoride kind. Begin using a pea-size amount of non-fluoride toothpaste once Baby is about 2. Wait until at least 3, when your child is old enough not to swallow the toothpaste, before introducing the fluoride kind. The American Dental Association recommends that Baby get his first dental exam at age 1, but most pediatricians agree that the first visit can wait until age 3, as long as you practice good home care.

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James
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There are so many thoughts as there are so many people. Opinions differ greatly and this is not a surprise. If you take good care of this first set of pearly whites, you can establish good dental habits for years to come. Start cleaning your baby's teeth twice a day as soon as you see his first little tooth bud emerging. If you start early, your baby will get used to having his teeth cleaned. Your baby's first tooth will most likely be a bottom front one, appearing when he's about six months old. However, the time a baby's first tooth appears can vary hugely. A few babies are born with a tooth through already! Others still have no teeth by the time they're one. Your baby will eventually have 20 milk teeth, all of which should be through by the time he is about two-and-a-half years old.

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James
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Hey guys! Good information! Would like to add some more to what you have said. It may seem a long way off now, but it's best to carry on brushing your child's teeth for him until he's at least seven. By that age, he should be able to do it properly for himself. At first, you may find it easier to clean your baby's teeth using a piece of clean gauze or muslin. Wrap it around your finger, put a tiny smear of toothpaste on it, and rub it around your baby's teeth. If you'd rather use a baby toothbrush, pick one with soft nylon bristles and a small head. This will allow you to reach all parts of your baby's mouth easily and comfortably as each new tooth emerges. Look at the packaging to see what age range the brush is designed for. Replace your baby's toothbrush regularly, about every one month to three months.

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James
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When I need some information on particular case or problem I try to look it in the internet. Look for a toothpaste made for babies and containing fluoride, which helps to prevent tooth decay. Check the packaging for fluoride levels to make sure you're buying the right toothpaste for your baby: Under-threes should use a lower-fluoride toothpaste, though it should still contain at least 1,000ppm (parts per million) of fluoride. Your child won't be old enough to share your ordinary family toothpaste, containing between 1,350ppm and 1,500ppm of fluoride, until he's about three. You won't need more than a smear of toothpaste. A thin film of paste covering less than three-quarters of the brush will be fine. Encourage your baby to spit after a tooth clean.

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James
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There are so many ways out that I hardly can choose one to share with you. Try not to worry if it takes him a while to get the hang of it. The idea is to gradually teach your baby good toothcare habits that will last a lifetime. Don’t let your baby eat or lick toothpaste from the tube. Choose a toothpaste that doesn't have a tasty, fruity flavour, so your baby learns that toothpastes aren't food. Swallowing large amounts of fluoride can damage teeth, giving them a mottled effect, and may even make your baby sick or give him diarrhoea. Try to get into the habit of brushing your baby's teeth twice a day. Do it once in the morning, at a time that fits in with your usual routine. The second clean should be before bed, after your baby's had his last drink.

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James
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I can not say anything for sure, but anyway, that's what I'm thinking right now. I hope you interested? You may find that sitting your baby on your lap, facing away from you, helps you reach his teeth more easily. (This position will work well when your baby is a toddler, too. See more ideas for how to brush a squirming toddler's teeth.) Brush with small, gentle circular movements, concentrating on the area where the teeth and gums meet. Remember that during teething, your baby's gums will feel tender, so be very gentle. When you've finished, make sure your baby spits out the excess toothpaste, but don't rinse his mouth with water. Leaving a bit of toothpaste residue on the teeth makes the toothpaste work better. If your baby dislikes having his teeth brushed and squirms away, try giving him his own toothbrush to hold.

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James
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What can I say about it, nothing special. Just the fact that I think about it. If you can, let your baby watch you brushing your teeth as often as possible. This will help him to get used to the idea. At first, take your baby along to your own dental appointments. That way he'll get to know the sights, sounds, smells and routine of your dental surgery. If you get anxious about going to the dentist, make a separate appointment for your baby instead. Then he won't pick up on your fears. NHS dental treatment is free for anyone under 18 years old, and your baby can be registered with a dentist soon after he's born. Take your baby for his first dental checkup when his milk teeth come through. The main cause of tooth decay is sugar. So watch out!

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James
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Well, I'm always happy to share my opinions with other people. In addition, it brings a lot more fun when I can help someone with it. It's not just the amount of sugar that can be harmful, but how often it's eaten or drunk throughout the day. Every time your baby has something sugary, it starts to break down the mineral surface of his teeth. Your baby's teeth can recover after eating something sugary, but it can take hours. If your baby has something sweet at regular intervals throughout the day, his teeth won't have time to repair themselves. Only offer your baby sugary food and drink at mealtimes, so that there will be several hours between the times he has something sweet. This includes dried fruits, which are high in sugar and stick to teeth, as well as fruit juices and fruit smoothies.

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