May 25, 2007, Newsletter Issue #65: When To Take Your Baby to the Dentist

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It is never too early to have your baby's teeth checked out by a dentist. While most babies start teething between five and seven months of age, babies can teeth as early as one month old and even later than one and half years old!

Regardless of how long it takes your child to go through the painful process of producing fierce, baby chompers, the earlier you take him or her to a dentist, the sooner you'll know of any potentially bad conditions that may benefit from early treatment.

Be prepared for these inevitable dentist visits and the associated costs by making sure that you have a family dental plan. If your employer does not cover your child, then you should shop around for an inexpensive dental plan on your own.

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