Oral Hygiene

Did you know that cleaning your baby's mouth is as important as bathing him/her? A good oral hygiene is the most important factor to avoid caries and gum diseases. The earlier you start with your baby's oral hygiene the better because during their first months of life babies are in a passive oral phase, during which they enjoy the massage and manipulation of their mouths But the most common question we come across is ….how do we do it doctor? He is too resistant for it

  • » Our advice on oral hygiene during early childhood is
    • Start cleaning the gums from birth, once a day, taking advantage of the moment of the bath. Use moistened gauze, the corner of a clean cloth wet with water or a silicone rubber fingertip toothbrush.

      Mandatory: start with your baby's oral health once the first tooth erupts (around the sixth month of age) twice a day: in the morning and at night. Use a gauze or clean cloth moistened in water to clean gums, tongue, cheeks and palate. You can use a silicone rubber fingertip toothbrush to clean his/her teeth.

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