Children Oral Care Tips

Make Tooth Brushing a Good Habit!

Make Tooth Brushing a Good Habit!

Your child’s first year is the phase during which their first teeth will come through the gums, around six to eight months of age. Read more ❯

How to brush baby's first teeth?

Tooth brushing can be made fun and interesting for infants whilst the parent brushes their teeth. Jordan Step 1 Baby Toothbrush for baby age 0-2 has been designed with just this in mind. Watch video. Read more ❯

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When should I start taking my baby to the dentist?

A child can visit a dentist as soon as his or her first tooth appears, but at least no later than their first birthday. Read more ❯

How else can I protect my child's teeth?

The main cause of tooth decay in babies is from liquid (milk or juice) and snacks left to sit on the teeth for prolonged periods of time. It’s best to drink milk at mealtimes and offer water regularly through the day. Read more ❯

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Your child’s first tooth arrives – which toothbrush should I buy?

The actual time at which the first tooth arrives can vary widely between individual children, but parents need to start brushing their child’s teeth as soon as the first tooth appears. Read more ❯

What are the signs and symptoms your baby is teething?

Most babies’ first teeth will come through the gums, around 6-10 months of age. Read more ❯

What is the right amount of toothpaste for toddler

What is the right amount of toothpaste for toddler?

For infants, no larger than a grain of rice. Increase to size of a small pea when your child over 18 month. Read more ❯

Can decayed baby teeth affect adult teeth?

The answer is YES. Decay in a baby tooth could cause your child pain, swelling, affect the adult tooth developing under the baby tooth, and the infection could even spread to other parts of the child's body. Read more ❯

Can decayed baby teeth affect adult teeth

5 facts parents should know about baby’s first tooth

Baby’s first tooth appears around 6 months old. Teething can start around 3 months of age. Typically, the lower front teeth come in first. By the age of 3 years, most children will have all of their 20 baby teeth. Read more ❯

How long does a toothbrush last?

Children wear out their toothbrush even faster than adults because they have a tendency to bite and chew on the brush. Dentists recommend that you should change your toothbrush every three months. Read more ❯

How long does a toothbrush last
Where to buy?

This blog offers general guidance on children dental health. Jordan Step 1 baby toothbrush is multi-award winner. Jordan is a Scandinavian brand that has been caring for people’s teeth since 1927.