Tooth decay can happen when your child’s teeth come in contact with too much sugar. This sugar helps bacteria grow. Acids that the bacteria make cause the teeth to decay. Many of the liquids that your child drinks contain sugar, including milk, formula and fruit juices. Eating snacks with sugar also places more sugar on your child’s teeth.
This Guest Post by Dr. Molly Rodgers originally appeared on Urban Infant. You actually should start “brushing” your baby’s gums very early on, in their first few months.
This Guest Post by Dr. Molly Rodgers originally appeared on Entrepreneur Mom Now.
Success is goals and everything else is commentary
I heard this quote from Brian Tracy. And I’ve heard it worded many different ways but it really is the foundation of any business – any life actually.
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My boyfriend has a lot of reconstruction on ALL of his teeth. Now they are falling apart…he is getting discouraged and is talking about getting false teeth.