[VIDEO] Your child’s teething and tooth-loss timeline

Even before your baby was born, tooth buds were developing under his gums. Here’s when pearly whites tend to appear – and when baby teeth fall out to make way for permanent ones. Rest assured that this is a rough guideline. It’s perfectly normal for a baby’s first tooth to show up at 3 months…

Tea or coffee at work – thanks a latte!

A hot cup of tea or coffee during the working day is both refreshing and surprisingly good for oral health. Getting a round of tea and coffee in at work could help to improve the oral health of your colleagues. A series of studies has shown that regular tea and coffee drinkers are less likely…

Your Child’s Teething Timeline

Your baby’s teeth development normally begins while it’s still in the womb. At about five weeks gestation, the first buds of the primary teeth appear in the baby’s jaws. At birth, the baby has a full set of 20 primary teeth hidden within the gums. Your baby’s first set of teeth to appear are known as…

[Video] BBC Full Documentary: The Truth about Teeth

In this two-part event, the BBC joins forces with the UK’s leading dentists. Together, we’ve created a special clinic to treat and transform Britain’s teeth. In this second show, the mission continues to change the way we all look after our gnashers. Jasmine Harman meets Sam, a talented singer who has been silenced by the…

[Video] All about tooth, Teeth BBC Documentary 2016

People today tend to know a lot about their oral health, but the humans of ages past relied entirely on conjecture for answers about their teeth. Here are some fun facts about teeth that our ancestors certainly did not know.

Caring for Your Baby’s Teeth

After weeks of watching your baby drool and fuss, you finally spot that first little tooth bud popping up through the gums. Over the next couple of years, your baby’s gummy smile will gradually be replaced by two rows of baby teeth. Baby teeth may be small, but they’re important. They act as placeholders for…

Baby Teeth: Order of appearance (pictures)

When will your baby’s teeth come in? Most baby teeth, also known as milk teeth, emerge in a certain order. Here’s what you’re likely to see as your baby moves from gums to pearly whites. Lower central incisors The bottom middle teeth typically emerge first, between five months and 10 months. Tooth development is hereditary,…

[Video] Teething in a baby

There are many reasons for joy in the life of young parents after the birth of a baby: a baby`s smile, his first words and steps. The period of primary tooth eruption, the symptoms of which often frighten adults much, takes a special place among the important moments of child development. The baby becomes bothersome,…

Rio 2016 Olympics

Counting down for tonight’s badminton match! MALAYSIA BOLEH!