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Feb 2020
11th
 

5 bad habits connected to children's oral health

Parents need to teach their children about healthy dental habits while they are young. Healthy dental habits take time to develop, so it s good to start them young to keep their teeth far from cavities. Aside from teaching children what to do, parents must also teach them what not to do. Children may have simple habits, such as nail-biting or thumb-sucking, that may appear normal. However, unknown to many parents, these common habits may lead to adverse oral health outcomes. That said, it is crucial to pre… READ MORE
Jan 2020
4th
 

4 ways to take care of your child's oral health

Your children s oral health is easy to be overlooked, because most of the time, it doesn t present significant problems. However, you should not forget the importance of dental health especially for children. Before it s too late, start investing more in your child s oral health so that they will have beautiful smiles and healthy teeth as they grow. Below are four ways to be on top of your child s oral health. Keep on reading to find out more. Routine dental visits Keep in mind that oral health isn t jus… READ MORE
Jun 2019
27th
 

Looking after your children's teeth

DENTAL CARE FOR CHILDREN We often underestimate how important is to look after our children s teeth. Good dental care begins before you give birth to ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. Bacteria can transfer between mother and uterus leading to complications during in pregnancy. Once the child is born, one of the most common pitfalls is when we lick a soother or a spoon before giving it to a child and thus transfer bacteria. When to brush Teeth begin to form in the second trimester of pregnancy. Ju… READ MORE
Sep 2011
21st
 

Tooth decay on the rise in Fulham

A report has revealed that nearly half of five year olds in Fulham and Hammersmith have tooth decay. The report, which was released by the Children s Oral Health Task Group, showed that 45 percent of five year olds in the borough have decay, a figure which is significantly higher than the London average, which currently stands at 33 percent. Nadeev Pooni, from the Central London NHS Trust, said that it is very important that parents take responsibility for their children s oral health and encourage them t… READ MORE
 

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