The number of teeth a child has depends on the age of the child. Babies are usually born without teeth. The first primary teeth erupt when the child is about 6 months old. These are often the lower, central incisors. More »

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Kids should know good nutrition is important to keep the body healthy, active and strong. A healthy diet supplies the body with carbohydrates for energy, protein for building muscle, fats to maintain brain and cell healt... More »

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Hamsters are color-blind and don't see well at long distances. There are 25 species of hamsters in the world and they are classified into groups including Russian dwarf, Chinese and Syrian. Hamsters come in a variety of ... More »

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A tooth chart for kids, such as those offered by Mouth Healthy and the Canadian Dental Association, indicates where teeth are located in the mouth, the name of the teeth, and the age of the child when each tooth is expec... More »

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The sequence in which baby teeth are replaced by adult teeth varies for every child. However, the order in which teeth fall out is generally the same order in which they grew in. More »

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Most dentists identify the different teeth using the Universal Numbering System, which assigns a number to each tooth in the mouth. Some orthodontists and oral surgeons instead use the Palmer Notation Method, which divid... More »

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A discussion with children about a pending divorce should be tailored to a child's temperament, maturity and age; however, the primary goal of the discussion should be to reassure the children that the divorce is not the... More »

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