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Tooth Friendly Snacks for Children - August 28th, 2015

It’s incredibly important to care for your child’s teeth from a young age. As well as establishing a good oral care routine – using a toothbrush like the Bugbrush and a minty toothpaste twice a day will help, it’s also good for your child to get the correct nutrients from their diet.

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How to Look After Your Childs Teeth - July 14th, 2015

When your baby starts cutting teeth, you can begin to brush them. Getting into a good tooth brushing routine will ensure your child will look after their teeth as they grow older and you can help them during this process.

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Protecting Your Baby’s Teeth - May 12th, 2015

The primary cause of tooth decay amongst both children and adults is sugar, not only the amount of sugar that is consumed but how often it is eaten and drunk throughout the day. Each time your baby consumes something sugary, it will start to break down the outer mineral surface of their teeth. Continue Reading…


How should I care for my child’s teeth? - May 12th, 2015

It’s important to start cleaning your baby’s teeth twice each day as soon as you see that first little tooth emerging from the gum. If you start early, your little one will soon get used to having his or her teeth cleaned. Continue Reading…


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Our in house expert Midwife and Health Visitor Katie HiltonKatie Hilton is our in house expert Midwife and Health Visitor with 13 years experience working with and supporting parents.

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