With most teething problems, it is all a guessing game. Are they teething? Are they too young? Do they get them this early? Why are they waking? What can I do to ease their pain? And each and every one of us parent does this for around 18 months. Teething can cause so many other issues and even if you’ve done this all before, it still always throws you. But how about the molars? Well, for most parents, the molars are different and this post will cover why and how to cope when they cut. Continue reading “How To Cope When The Molars Cut”
When we talk about teething (and yes, I do talk about it an awful lot!) we quite often hear how bad certain ones are and people usually go straight to the molars. Yes, I agree that the molars are bad and yep they do seem to rumble for a long time which can cause a lot of upset before they actually rear their ugly heads BUT for me, the canines are the worst teeth to cut and this is why. Continue reading “Why I Think The Canines Are The Worst Teeth To Cut”
By now, we should all know that our oral health is just as important as the rest of our physical health and well-being. In fact, poor oral health can lead to all sorts of serious conditions such as infection, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even oral cancer. Read more here.
For this reason, you want to find a dentist who cares about more than just your teeth. Be sure to find a one who is interested in treating your oral health, as well as looking into your overall physical health. Continue reading “Dentistry in Greenbelt – Tips for Finding the Best Dentist Located in Greenbelt”
As you know, a teething baby is hard work at bedtime. The pain tends to wake them more often, their ears can ache when laid down, nappy rash can make turning over uncomfortable and you will certainly know about it if a tooth decides to cut in the early hours! It’s tough. I am experiencing it all over again and it is just as bad the second time around. However, Continue reading “The Perfect Bedtime Routine for Your Teething Baby”
Are you in the throes of teething? I am, for the second time… sigh. He only has 2 at the moment but the top two are coming through at exactly the same time and they are driving both me and him mad! There are so many remedies on the market and yet teething continues to be an issue because you probably won’t find that just one product will help. Medicines, gels, powders, toys, rings, natural remedies, old wives’ tales, endless advice from others… It can become overwhelming Continue reading “13 Natural Teething Remedies to Help Your Baby”
Ahh, one of the most common questions that seems to come up in parenting groups and I’m sure it is one that is also very popular on Google too.
Is My Baby Teething?
If you are asking this, the answer is most probably yes. Continue reading “Is My Baby Teething?”
The DCby1 (dental check by one) Campaign was launched by the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry in September to encourage all babies to be taken to the dentist for their first dental check by the age of one. This is a campaign that I feel very strongly towards due to the research I uncovered whilst writing my book Your Teething Baby: from one parent to another. I was shocked to read from the NHS that one of the main causes for a child to be admitted to hospital is down to Continue reading “DCby1 Campaign- Why Getting Your Baby to the Dentist is Vital”