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Infant Oral Care

Infant Oral Care min

Infant Oral

Infant Oral Care starts the moment your baby is born!

Many parents don’t give attention to their baby’s mouth until the first tooth starts to appear. However, it begins from the very first moment. It is important to clean the baby’s gums two times per day and after feeding to prevent bacterial growth. At Bunny Dental Park, we help parents to set an efficient routine oral care from day one for a lifetime of happy teeth.

To clean your baby’s gums, wrap a baby washcloth around your finger and gently wipe their gums. You can use a soft infant toothbrush and water to be replaced by toothpaste (only a small dab, the size of a grain of rice) when the first tooth grows in.

Infant Oral Care 1 min

Preventing Early Tooth Decay

Regular teeth cleaning helps against tooth decay but it isn’t a guarantee. The way you feed your baby matters. Babies from 0 to 6 months need breastmilk or formula but those older than 6 months can have small amounts of water. Don’t give your baby any sugary drinks and when you start introducing solids, avoid food high in sugar.

When a baby’s teeth are exposed to formula or juice for a longer time than feeding time, baby bottle tooth decay is more likely to occur. Avoid putting your baby to bed with a bottle at all means. This increases the risk of tooth decay.

It is important to schedule the first dental visit within 6 months of when the baby’s first tooth comes in. Our doctors perform a quick visual exam and answer all your questions regarding infant oral care.

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We look forward to having you all in our interactive clinic and helping your little kids establish dental health and passion for maintaining a lovely smile for life!

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New and Healthy Tips


Management of teething

The eruption of primary teeth usually begins around 4-8 months of age with the eruption of the lower incisors, and is complete at around 30-36 months of age when second primary molars erupt. However, the timing of tooth eruption varies by as much as six months.


Halitosis in children

Halitosis originates from the Latin word “halitus,” which means breath, and the Greek suffix osis refers to a condition or pathologic process. This prevalent disorder, also referred to as bad breath, used to explain the unpleasant breath emitted from the mouth of either oral or nonoral origin that seems unpleasant or offensive to others.


Pit and fissure sealants

Grooves or pits and fissures on occlusal surfaces of primary and permanent posterior teeth trap food debris and promote the presence of bacteria due to their deep and morphological complexity thereby increasing the risk of developing cavities. Effectively penetrating and sealing these surfaces with a dental material like pit-and-fissure sealants providing a physical barrier that inhibits microorganisms and food particles accumulation can prevent lesions.

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