Good oral habits start young. Learn when to start brushing your baby’s teeth, what to do during teething, and how to keep them continuously reaching for the brush.
Teething can sometimes cause a fever in babies. Learn more about how to tell if your baby is experiencing teething discomfort and what you can do to provide relief.
Two year molars are the last of your child's baby teeth to come in. Learn more about the symptoms of these molars as well as how to give your child relief.
Learn more about the causes of baby bad breath, what you can do at home to treat and prevent it, and when you should take your child to the doctor.
Teething rash is usually temporary but should not be neglected. Learn more about teething rashes and what to do to give your child relief.
Baby teeth typically come in during the first 3 to 9 months of age and fall out around age 6 or 7.
Does your baby have white or brown spots on their teeth? Learn about possible causes and solutions.
Does your toddler have bad breath? Learn about common causes such as dry mouth and mouth breathing as well as remedies.
It's never too early to start focusing on the importance of brushing teeth for kids.
Even toddlers can get tooth decay and cavities. Learn about early signs of tooth decay and the best treatments.
Thumb sucking is natural for children but can cause problems with their oral health.