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5 Things Parents Can Do To Care For Their Baby’s Teeth

5 Things Parents Can Do To Care For Their Baby’s Teeth

1. Use xylitol gum or mints This is the easiest and most important thing a parent can do for their baby’s teeth. Children of parents who chew xylitol gum are less likely to have cavities. This study (link) found that when mothers used xylitol gum during pregnancy...

Four Must Know Tips For Dental Nutrition

Four Must Know Tips For Dental Nutrition

Four Must Know Tips For Dental Nutrition 1. Eat more real whole food. Processed foods and simple carbohydrates negatively affect our health in multiple aspects. Teeth are affected by these foods as they cause high acidity in the mouth, increased inflammation and...

Should My Child Use An Electric Toothbrush?

Should My Child Use An Electric Toothbrush?

Hi I am Dr. Quinn. Founder of Milk Tooth Pediatric Dentistry & Wellness Shoppe. In this article I will go over some of the common questions I receive about electric toothbrushes. Do you recommend electric toothbrushes to children in your practice? Yes, I recommend...

The Impact of Screen Time on Children’s Dental Health

The Impact of Screen Time on Children’s Dental Health

In today's digital era, screen time has become an integral part of a child's daily routine. While technology offers numerous benefits, it's essential to be aware of its potential impact on your little one's dental health. Let's delve into the connection between screen...

Nurturing Gut Health for Pediatric Dental Well-being

Nurturing Gut Health for Pediatric Dental Well-being

The Gut-Oral Axis Recent research suggests a fascinating interplay between the gut and oral health, known as the gut-oral axis. Bacteria in the gut can influence the oral microbiome, impacting the development of healthy teeth and gums in children. This relationship...

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