Perinatal and infant oral health care can prevent or reduce tooth decay in infants and children. Perinatal and infant oral health form the very premise upon which preventive education and dental care can be built to enhance an opportunity .
Category Archives: Dental Care for Kids
Regardless of how particular you are about your oral health, there is a good chance that you have experienced the excruciating pain of a toothache. And whether it is a constant dull ache or a sharp jolt of pain, .
Date: 27th April 2018 Healthy teeth and gums are crucial for a child’s overall health. Apart from playing an important role in food consumption and digestion, the lips, teeth, and tongue are also responsible for well-formed speech. Despite their .
Date: 19th Dec. 2017 The most frequently asked question by most of the parents to a dentist is, “What is the importance of baby teeth?” and, “Why to save or take care of milk teeth when ultimately, they are .
Date: 3rd Dec. 2017 Treating children in the dental clinic has always been a daunting task. This coupled with the sight of blood further increases the difficulty for the dentist. Thus, a discussion in bleeding management of paediatric patients is .
Date: 21st. Sept. 2017 Every mother wants her child to grow healthy and strong. And the first step towards that goal starts with breastfeeding. It is likely that oral health will be the last thing on your mind when .
It’s almost bedtime and you know the struggle that awaits you. You call out to your kids to brush their teeth and every day you meet the same resistance. If this scenario sounds familiar to you, then you know .
Date: 14th. April,2017 As you welcome your little one into your family, there are a million things to take care of! It is a very exciting time for any parent. You’d want to do everything you can to ensure .
Date: 13th. Jan.,2017 When it comes to babies, parents tend to worry about everything that their little one is doing (or not doing). Lucky for you, all you need are a few guidelines to take care of your child’s .
Date: 24th Nov.,2016 Cavities, also known as a dental caries, is a result of tooth decay. Dental caries is prevalent among children right from infancy to adolescence. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, as of 2012, 60-90% .