Dr Dental, Teeth Care
Your baby will probably have at least a few teeth by the age of one. You will want to be on the lookout for tight teeth, which have no spaces in between. These teeth will need to be flossed daily. Your baby’s dentist can show you how to correctly floss your baby teeth.
Studies done show that children who begin dental care by age one have fewer fillings than those whose parents wait until age two or three. Getting to know a dentist at this age will help baby be more comfortable with him or her in the future, and you will get helpful guidance about how to manage habits (pacifiers and thumb-sucking, for instance) as well as tips on what to do if your baby bumps a tooth.