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Ways on How to Correct Buck Teeth

02nd June 2011
Are you bothered by your two front teeth? Has your self confidence drifted away by the presence of those buck teeth of yours? Or do you be able to smile freely even though you have two big teeth that protrude too forward? Then worry not, there is still a ... Read >
Author: Maureen Cabot

How To Prevent Chilitis

11th March 2010
Cheilitis is a common skin problem found on the lips, especially in the corners of the mouth. Redness, inflammation, burning and lip cracks characterize the skin care problem of angular cheilitis. Aside from making people miserable, embarrassed and unattr... Read >
Author: georgebattles

Sensitive Teeth

08th January 2010
So what's going on? Why do your teeth react to hot, cold, sweet, or sour, and sometimes even to pressure? Well, it could be many things, according to Jack W Clinton, D.M.D., associate dean of patient services at Oregon Health Sciences University School of... Read >
Author: michael russell

The Therapeutic Value of Teddy Bears

05th July 2009
A child's attachment to one particular Teddy Bear might seem a little bit ridiculous, but there is a therapeutic value in Teddy Bear bonding. During the early developmental years a child starts to separate from the parents and finds that they have more ex... Read >
Author: Paul Lakeman

Dental Care Concerns for Babies and Young Children – What You Need to Know

30th June 2009
As a parent, we want our children to be healthy. Paying proper attention to your infant or toddler's dental health is definitely no exception. There are certain dental care concerns for babies and young children that need to be taken into consideration, t... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Why does my child suck their thumb or finger

01st May 2009
You're Not Alone Thumb sucking is one of the most common habits during childhood. Most children suck their thumb for safety even before birth. Roughly one out of every three children, ages 1 to 4, will suck his or her thumb at least sometimes. About one ... Read >
Author: stpthumbsucking

Will Crooked Teeth in your Baby be a Permanent Problem?

09th September 2008
Infants develop baby teeth around the age of five to eight months. Often baby teeth, or "milk teeth," as they are sometimes called, are not straight. These teeth are not permanent. Even so, adequate baby teeth care and maintenance is necessary to pave the... Read >
Author: Paul
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