[Video] Doktor gigi menjadi Superhero: Kanak-kanak tidak lagi takut mencabut gigi

Pada masa kini, menjadi seorang doctor gigi terutamanya doctor gigi paedatrik memang memerlukan pelbagai usaha luar biasa. Baru-baru ini, media social di negara Thai pada hari Isnin minggu ini telah menjadikan seorang jejaka kacak bernama Ken sebagai buah mulut bukan sahaja di dalam industry pergigian di negara Thai, bahkan seluruh negara Thai dan negara jiran…

Fluoride Fights Tooth Decay in Your Youngest Kids, AAP Says

Researchers say you should start flouride with baby’s first teeth Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children, but the good news is that it also preventable. Researchers at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) say using fluoride toothpaste, even as teeth are first emerging, is key to stopping cavities from forming. AAP recently…

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Baby

Baby teeth are important. If baby teeth are lost too early, the teeth that are left may move and not leave any room for adult teeth to come in. Also, if tooth decay is not prevented, it can be costly to treat, cause pain, and lead to life-threatening infections. Tooth decay (called early childhood caries)…

Dental Checks – Young Children

Children should have an oral health check by the time they turn two. Oral health professionals who may perform oral health checks for children include: dentists oral health therapists dental therapists dental hygienists. Other professionals who might perform oral health checks for very young children include: maternal and child health nurses general practitioners practice nurses. These…

Baby Teeth Establishing Good Oral Health

When your new little bundle of joy arrives, they enter this world without any visible teeth. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t oral health concerns you should be thinking about. Ensuring your baby has a healthy mouth means taking action well before their first teeth begin to erupt. Below are some guidelines for how to…

Test Your Pediatric Dentistry IQ

QUESTIONS: 1) True or False: Baby teeth need to be cared for just as much as permanent teeth, even though they will fall out. True False 2) True or False: You should take your child to a pediatric dentist soon after the first tooth appears and no later than his or her first birthday. True…

Educate your patients before their children’s first dental visit

When your patients tell you they’re pregnant, it’s not too early to discuss their baby’s first visit to the dental office. Begin with their oral health as a new parent, and the importance of an effective daily oral health regimen. Self-care at home should be routine, and regular visits to the dental office for an…