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How to Care for Your Baby’s Teeth

Updated: Aug 21, 2023

Good oral health begins before your baby even has any teeth. By introducing dental hygiene habits early on, you're setting your child up for a lifetime of good oral health. Use the tips provided in this guide to care for your baby's first teeth and maintain good oral health throughout childhood. Remember to take your child to the dentist early on to get them comfortable with dental visits and to learn how to care for their teeth. By prioritizing your child's dental health, you're setting them up for a healthy smile that will last a lifetime.



Caring for Your Baby’s Teeth


Here are a few things you can do to introduce proper oral hygiene to your child at a young age:


  • Wipe their mouth with a clean damp cloth. Before your baby's teeth even come in, you should be wiping their mouth and gums clean after feeding. This will help remove any milk or formula residue that may harbor bacteria.

  • Choose an appropriate toothbrush. Once your baby's first tooth has erupted, it's time to start brushing. Choose a toothbrush with a small head, soft bristles, and a large handle. This will ensure comfort for your baby's sensitive gums and make it easy for you to brush their teeth.

  • Teach your baby to spit. Once your baby is old enough, teach them to spit out toothpaste. This will prevent them from swallowing it, which can be harmful.

  • Begin flossing as your baby gets more teeth. As your baby's teeth begin to come in closer together, it's important to start flossing. Use a floss threader or specially designed floss picks to make the process easier.

  • Visit a dentist. When your baby's first tooth erupts, it's time to start thinking about dental visits. These early visits will help you learn how to care for your child's teeth and get them comfortable with seeing the dentist.

  • Ditch the pacifier by three years of age. Pacifiers can lead to tooth misalignment if used for too long. It's best to wean your child off of their pacifier by age three.

  • Only give your child water at bedtime and during night wakings. Milk and juice often contain sugars that can harm teeth. Try to dilute them over time until your child is drinking only water at bedtime and during night wakings.


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