A visit from the Tooth Fairy can be an exciting time for many children and can be nearly as much fun for parents, you can get as creative as you like in your role as the tiny tooth collector. It’s also a great way to add a touch of magic when it comes to keeping your child’s teeth clean and healthy on a day-to-day basis. However, we know that sometimes being the Tooth Fairy is not the easiest task, so we’ve come up with a step-by-step guide to bring the Tooth Fairy to life, no glitter required (unless you want to)!
The NHS has been looking after our children's smiles by offering free dental care for decades. But do you know which treatments you and your little one are entitled to?
Your little one's teeth will change a lot over the course of their childhood. From their first baby tooth to a full set of gnashers, here are the major milestones to look out for.
Sugar appears in lots of different foods, even ones that seem harmless or that are labelled as a healthy choice. And foods that have hidden sugar content can potentially damage your child’s teeth if they eat a lot of them. If you’re looking to cut down the amount of sugar in your child’s diet, here are five smart sugar swaps for a healthy smile.
If your child has a toothache or an accident that damages one of their teeth, it’s important to get them to the dentist as quickly as you can.
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