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What To Do When Your Child Has A Loose Tooth

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If you’re raising a young child, you no doubt remember all of the big firsts, like first steps and first time hearing the word “mama” or “papa.” Sooner or later, though, you’ll have to add first tooth loss to the list. Of course, baby teeth must come out at some point so that the permanent teeth can grow. Your child’s baby teeth will likely start to loosen and drop out when he or she is about six years old, and the permanent teeth will replace the baby teeth by about the age of 13. But what do you do if your child tells you that s/he not only has a loose tooth, but it’s causing so much discomfort that they want it removed? The answer, as it turns out, depends on the situation. In many cases, you’ll be able to coax it out; in other cases, you’ll probably want to…


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Protecting Your Teeth From Harmful Summer Foods

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When thinking about summertime, you might envision blue skies, cool breezes, and good eats and drinks. Food, whether barbecues in the backyard or watermelon on the front porch, certainly plays a starring role in the summertime experience, but some consumables can wreak havoc on your pearly whites. No, you don’t have to run from these types of foods and drinks; you just need to be mindful of the risks to your teeth so that you can enjoy them responsibly! Three foods and drinks to consume with caution this summer During the warm weather months, the last thing you’ll want to contend with is a long list of dos and don’ts. While most things are good in moderation, the consumption of these three items should be minimized this summer to keep your teeth looking their best. Iced coffee (or the hot version, for that matter) is a favorite during the summertime…


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