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Binbin’s Top Left Central Incisor by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Apr 2013 11:51pm Right after the Kids Soccer Tournament ended, we headed to my in-law’s house for our usual Sunday gathering. But the usual gathering on that day ended differently for Binbin. Just before we stepped out of my in-law’s house, Binbin called me and said: “Mummy! See this!!!” And he used his tongue to press the teeth inwards, in the opposi ... Read on »
Binbin’s Left Lateral Incisor by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 21 Apr 2013 11:57am Based on the Teeth Development prediction chart , it was spot on for Binbin again. His Bottom Left Lateral Incisor started to shake before his 8th birthday, together with his Top Left Central Incisor. They have been shaking for a really long time now. In fact, I thought the Top Left Central Incisor would drop first between the t ... Read on »
Teething Timeline by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 7:09pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist The teething process takes quite a bit of time.  The thought of that might have some mums reaching for the pain reliever for themselves, especially if baby is extra fussy right now. No need to worry though, it does get easier and is quite a milestone in baby development.  Before de ... Read on »
Loving Food Isn't Always Easy by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 11:48am From the second my 'lil miracle was welcomed in to the world, food consumption has been a topic of great interest. Of course, as if having a baby with a terminal condition wasn't quite enough, knowing the hows, when, and whats of feeding time just makes it that much more of an adventure! The beginning was a little shaky, only because I was t ... Read on »
Carving teeth: Initiation by Patrice S. Posted Wed 06 Oct 2010 7:00am I carved my first tooth out of wax last week, I like to refer to it as my initiation into Dental School /Dentistry. As Dental Students we have to know the details of each tooth in the mouth, which believe it or not is a tedious task. This is what we do in Occlusion class, we learn about the intricacies and details of the different teeth and how t ... Read on »
March Holiday by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 1:13pm One week March School Holiday is almost over. So many things have happened ~Disciplinary issues ~Siblings squabbles ~Endless fun and outings ~Accidents ~Repair ~Breakdowns ~Visit from Angels… But I think, the most significant event has to be THIS! As stated in the ‘ Teeth Development ‘ post, Keatkeat is right on t ... Read on »
Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Anatomy by Marielaina Perrone DDS Posted Fri 30 Nov 2012 8:25pm Women have known for years that different changes to their hair, makeup, or clothes can give them a whole new look. Makeup has been used for centuries by women trying to highlight Cosmetic Dentistry  – Anatomy of a Smile and define their individual facial features. While these techniques have long been known….Did you know that changing ... Read on »
New Study Supports Dr. Paul Connett’s Warnings about Fluoride by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 11:00am Dr. Paul Connett, author of The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There , is vindicated by the release of a new study in the Journal of the American Dental Association that indicates a potentially dangerous overexposure to fluoride in bottle- ... Read on »
Baby Development -The ‘Tooth’ About Teething by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Dec 2009 7:03am By Colleen Hurley, RD Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist Teething, or the emerging of baby teeth through the gums, can be a difficult time for both babies and parents. It is important to understand what to expect during this time in addition to learning a few ways to help your baby feel better. Teething usually begins around 6 months ... Read on »
Teeth by Lynn Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 12:00am When feeding a person by g-tube for medical reasons, tooth care is still very important.  Because of my daughter’s sensory processing disorder, which causes her to be very orally aversive, anything in her mouth is repulsive to her. Tooth brushing is a challenge and we never are able to brush her teeth as well as needed. Everyone has ... Read on »