Dental Health And Your Baby

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. How much do you know about dental health for babies and children?

Dr. Jordan Goldstein is the BornFree Pediatric Dentist. Here are some facts about teething from him that you may want to know.

Teething


* Usually starts between 6 to 12 months of age

* Girls usually start teething before boys

* The appearance of an infant’s first tooth is regarded by most parents as one of a series of significant developmental landmarks

* It is generally accepted that the eruption of deciduous teeth are accompanied by a number of symptoms including: general irritability, gum inflammation, drooling, loss of appetite, disturbed sleep, diarrhea, mouth ulcers, an increase in body temperature, increased biting, gum-rubbing, sucking, wakefulness and ear-rubbing.

Learn more about the BornFree Teethers here: http://www.newbornfree.com/Teethers-142531.aspx

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