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When do Babies get Teeth?

Everything you need to know about teething

by: Nancy Ripton

Your baby wants to put everything in her mouth – so she must be teething. Not necessarily, says Dr. Alan Greene, author of Raising Baby Green. Here’s how to tell if a visit from the tooth fairy is imminent, or if something else is to blame:

Your Guide To Baby Dental Care

From when to start brushing, to fluoride and dental visits. Here's your guide to all your infant's dental needs.

by: Tarra Elliott

Most babies get their first tooth around six months and their last primary molars before they turn three. Your child will keep these "baby" teeth until age 10 or 12, so it's important to take good care of them! Here's how to keep your baby's smile bright and healthy:

Make Toothbrushing Fun

Even the most resistant early brushers can be won over – here's how.

by: Karen Byker

Babies should start brushing their teeth as soon as they show through. Now imagine you're a baby and are experienceing toothbrushing for the first time. It can be intimidating to have anyone – even a parent – stick a foreign object in your mouth and move it around. If your baby is resistant to toothbrushing, don't worry. There are countless ways you can make toothbrushing fun for your child. Here's How:

Babies who Bite

Why kids bite and what you can do to get them to stop.

by: Sydney Loney

Biting is normal in young kids and doesn’t mean your child will grow up to have behavioral problems, says Jennifer Kolari, author of Connected Parenting. Here’s what to do if your baby is a biter.