Posts Tagged ‘child teeth’
One thing that mothers do not want to do is take their tiny see a dentist. It tears their hearts to see their baby being abducted a tooth … and also have a toothache. What then?
About six months, the child’s teeth begin to appear, usually below the gums. Until the age of three, he will in all twenty. But as soon as teeth appear, here is the right thing to do: the evening before bedtime your child, take a cotton swab and gently wipe the inside of his mouth to prevent leftover food from sticking to teeth. Read the rest of this entry »
When the teeth erupt a baby, this is not a very pleasant experience. After all, it is understandable that acute instruments, for grinding, which pierce the gums gradually make cranky. So what can parents do to make the process more bearable?
To soothe the infant is teething, give him a teething ring. Ideally, it should be cold. Make sure that you purchase is listed as the government erected teethers safe.
Teething commonly causes irritability and crying babies, but parents also attribute it, and wrongly, other symptoms such as diarrhea or a rise in temperature. The health care professionals have not established a connection between teething and one of these symptoms, so if they occur in your child, consult a doctor. Read the rest of this entry »