Cavities in children are common. Maintaining oral hygiene will help ensure your child's teeth remain healthy for a lifetime.
can erupt in any order however; most children start to develop teeth around 6 months. Learn more about a baby’s teeth order with our guide.
Growing Healthy Smiles
As your children grow, they will need your help to build good oral hygiene habits. Here are some tips from the board certified pediatric dentists at Jenkins & LeBlanc on how to help with your child's oral care routine in the early years.
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Losing baby teeth
is a natural part of every kid’s childhood. Whether your child has just wiggled his or her first baby tooth out or had a permanent tooth knocked out during a game of dodge ball, we have answers to your questions and are here to help with your emergencies.
What do I do when…my child loses a baby tooth?
Fear and anxiety about going to the dentist is a common problem even among adults. You may have had an experience at the dentist that followed you into adulthood and desire a more positive experience for your own child. You may have a child with special needs or one who is especially fearful of new experiences. Here are a ...
When do babies get their first tooth? How much toothpaste should a 2 year old use to brush? Let Jenkins & LeBlanc help answer your questions about baby teeth
with these 10 fun facts about your little one's first teeth.
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