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Can Teething Cause a Fever in Babies?

Can Teething Cause a Fever in Babies?

Teething, which happens when babies’ teeth first break through their gums, can cause drooling, pain, and fussiness. Babies usually start to teethe by six months, but every child is different. Typically, the two front teeth on the bottom gums come in first. While some parents believe that teething can cause a fever, there’s no evidence to

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How to Handle Teeth After a Filling

Dental fillings are a common way to treat cavities, which are areas of decaying tooth that become small holes. During a filling, your dentist fills these holes with a substance, such as amalgam or composite. While this is a simple, routine procedure, it leaves many people with sensitive teeth afterward. In most cases, tooth sensitivity goes away on

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Brushing Baby Teeth: When to Start

Brushing Baby Teeth: When to Start

There are so many milestones for parents to keep track of in the first year of their baby’s life: first smile, first word, first time crawling, first solid food, and of course, the emergence of your little one’s first tooth. As sad as it can be to think of your baby growing up, it’s exciting to see all the new

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Lip Care Routine 101: Get Your Perfect Pucker

Lip Care Routine 101: Get Your Perfect Pucker

Ever wondered why your lips tend to chap and crack — even if your skin is oily? Lips are likely to become chapped and cracked during the winter when it’s dry and cold outside. Extreme heat or wind can also trigger chapping. Fortunately, a few simple steps can help keep your lips soft and smooth.

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Teething and a Runny Nose

Teething and a Runny Nose

Teething gets blamed for a lot of things in a baby’s life, from sleepless nights and those inevitable “I just want to be held” moments to runny noses and rosy cheeks. But how many of the normal symptoms are normal with teething? And more importantly, how are you supposed to tell if that runny nose

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Trying to Refresh Your Breath After Drinking?

How to Refresh Your Breath After Drinking

If your breath smells like you’re housing a distillery in your mouth, the typical go-tos for getting rid of alcohol breath aren’t going to help much. Getting rid of alcohol breath isn’t as easy as popping a curiously strong mint. Think about a full toilet that hasn’t been flushed. Spraying air freshener might make the

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Wisdom Teeth

Can Wisdom Teeth Cause Headache Pain?

Headaches can be traced to a variety of causes, including wisdom teeth that are emerging, impacted, or need to be removed. Keep reading to learn why wisdom teeth can cause headaches, and how to treat pain from wisdom teeth. Your wisdom teeth typically come in between the ages of 17 and 25. They’re your third set of molars,

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Foods You Shouldn’t Eat If You Have Braces

Foods You Shouldn’t Eat If You Have Braces

A dentist or orthodontist may recommend braces to align or straighten your teeth, or help with another dental problem like a gap, underbite, or overbite. Braces can drastically improve your teeth, but it can take days or weeks to adjust to the extra pressure on your teeth. You may also feel some pain or irritation around your teeth

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Everything About Maxillary sinus

Everything About Maxillary sinus

The maxillary sinus is one of the four paranasal sinuses, which are sinuses located near the nose. The maxillary sinus is the largest of the paranasal sinuses. Those are located below the cheeks, above the teeth and on the sides of the nose. The maxillary sinuses are shaped like a pyramid and each contain three cavities,

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How Long Does Teething Last?

How Long Does Teething Last?

Waiting for your little one to cut their first few teeth is one of those milestones that you may look forward to but also dread just a bit. Teething can be painful for babies — and their parents, too! So, when can you expect your baby to begin teething, and how long will this stage

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