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Baby Teething – Managing Teething Symptoms by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 9:22am By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist It is one thing to be aware of a baby’s teething timeline as well as the signs and symptoms of teething, but managing teething symptoms is quite another story.  As part of the teething series, managing teething symptoms could arguably be the most poignant for parents because most m ... Read on »
Baby Teething – Managing Teething Symptoms by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 03 Jun 2010 5:09pm It is one thing to be aware of a baby’s teething timeline as well as the signs and symptoms of teething, but managing teething symptoms is quite another story.  As part of the teething series, managing teething symptoms could arguably be the most poignant for parents because most moms and dads often feel at a [...] Read on »
BANKING ON BABY TEETH: BIOEDEN NOW AVAILABLE IN FLORIDA AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:08pm Banking baby teeth is fast becoming the favored option to collect and preserve stem cells as reassurance in case of future health related issues. At the forefront of baby tooth stem cell collection and preservation services, BioEDEN Tooth Cell Bank allows for a natural process and noninvasive collection of stem cells from baby teeth that have fa ... Read on »
Banking on Baby Teeth by Pink Lemonade .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Sep 2009 10:26pm Tooth Stem Cell Bank Opens Services in Florida and Dominican Republic Tooth Cell Bank Services Provide Families with Biological Insurance through Isolated Stem Cells Banking baby teeth is fast becoming the favored option to collect and preserve stem cells as reassurance in case of future health related issues. At the forefront of baby to ... Read on »
Stem Cells From Baby Teeth by Dr. Dean Brandon Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 11:27am There is now a company ( BioEden ) who has been able to isolate stem cells from baby teeth. This is a new alternative source for these non-embryonic cells. In the past, umbilical cord blood has been stored for potential use in the future treatment of disease. Because they come from baby teeth, there is no controversy as to the source of these ... Read on »
When Your Baby is Teething by Debby H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:00pm Baby teething is one baby milestone parents always dread.  The constant crying, sleepless nights and the biting.  Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?  The good news is yes, the not so good news is no one knows how long it will last. Baby teething usually begins somewhere between three months and a year old.  Obvious signs of baby teethi ... Read on »
About Babies Teething by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Sep 2010 3:03am The teething stage will start when your baby reaches two months of age.  Your baby will begin to drool at first and it is recommended that you place a bib on your baby to stop any irritation that could happen from the wetness. When you baby is able to grip a rattle they are old enough to hold a teething ring.  It would be a great idea to ha ... Read on »
How to Care for Your Child’s Baby Teeth by BerryRipe Posted Sun 24 Feb 2013 11:16am Just because a child’s baby teeth will eventually fall out on their own doesn't mean that parents should neglect the health of these important first steps in their child’s developing oral health. A child’s baby teeth act as a placeholder for when his or her permanent teeth begin to form. If a child loses his baby teeth at t ... Read on »
Baby Teeth & Xylitol by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 8:13pm 3 Comments Dear Dr. Ellie My daughter is suffering from EEC. I think the beginning was probably me sharing eating utensils with her, and then I think my giving her juice in a bottle made it progress quickly. At the time, I didn't know better, and that was how I got her to take vitamins, by putting them in juice. I no longer do that. She ONLY drinks milk an ... Read on »
Crowns on Baby Teeth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Thu 25 Feb 2010 7:06am Dear Dr. Ellie: I have a son that was recommended he get 6 crowns on his baby teeth. This seems extreme and a bit drastic to me and I am looking for alternatives. I am getting a second opinion and had a friend (dental hygienist) look at his x-rays and she said that she couldn't see why he would need six. She said that there was one spot th ... Read on »