Here's when to expect your baby’s teeth

Massaging your baby’s gum with a clean, soft and wet cloth can help ease any teething discomfort. — Photos: Positive Parenting

Some parents may think that as baby teeth are not permanent, they don’t have to prioritise their young child’s dental health.

This is actually a grave misconception.

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