Looking after your children’s teeth might seem pretty self-explanatory – you just need to brush them, right? – but as parents we ask loads of questions when we start to see those pearly whites poking through. When should we first take them to the dentist? What if they are scared? Should I use fruity toothpaste? What about electric toothbrushes?
Find out the answer to these questions and more by watching the full video. Our expert dentist Bibiana has shared all of her top tips for the questions that she gets asked time and time again by parents. And if you have any extra questions for Bibiana you can ask them in our Support Group.
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Like most development milestones, it varies from baby to baby. Some babies are actually born with teeth. The average age for teeth to start poking through is between 4 and 7 months, with the majority appearing at 6 months. If your little one is teething, we have loads of great information for you right here.
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