When Do Baby Teeth Come In?

What’s louder than a bullhorn and moodier than a cat? Answer: a teething child. If you’re a new parent with a baby who’s teething, please let us be the first to say both congratulations and we’re sorry. We want to help you and your baby to get through this tough time, so here are some pieces of info you should... read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Teething

Teething is a natural a process as having teeth themselves is. Teeth tend to break the surface of the gums at a certain age, typically beginning around 6 months of age. However, the process can often be painful and cause discomfort in children, particularly infants. This process is known as teething. Some common techniques to help treat teething includes toys... read more »

Teaching Your Children How to Care for Their Teeth

As children come of age, we teach them how to write, how to swim, and how to drive. Long before any of those tasks become relevant, though, it is important to teach our children how to care for their teeth. Before children can even talk or walk, teeth begin to appear above the surface of the gums. It’s important we... read more »

Teething Timeline for Your Child

Teething can be uncomfortable for your child and usually leads to a few rough days for their parents. Knowing what is ahead can help us tolerate these times, and help you know what is happening. In this article you will find answers to when your child should be getting their teeth and how to recognize the signs and symptoms. In... read more »

Helping Your Child Get through Teething

Teething isn’t an enjoyable process for a parent, especially when they’re unsure of how to help their baby get through it. Well, good news parents! Today we are going to give you some helpful ways you can help your baby get through the teething process. 1. Over-the-counter medications Acetaminophen or ibuprofen can help soothe your upset teething baby. Try and... read more »