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Teething usually begins when your baby is about six months old. This is when their milk teeth, also called the primary teeth, begin to erupt from the gums. Here, Dr. Chig Amin, of the Epsom Dental Centre, shares his top tips for relieving teething pain.
We’re all familiar with the legend of the tooth fairy: once a child’s tooth has fallen out they are to place it under their pillow for the tooth fairy to collect. When they wake in the morning they will find the tooth is no longer there, but instead a coin has been left for the child to enjoy.
A regular brushing routine is so important for children’s dental health, but there are a few other things you can do to help keep your child’s teeth in top condition. Here are five common parenting habits that can lead to tooth decay if left unchecked: