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Will Crooked Teeth in your Baby be a Permanent Problem?

Infants develop baby teeth around the age of five to eight months. Often, the first “milk teeth,” as they are sometimes called, are not straight. Even though these teeth are not permanent, adequate care and maintenance is necessary to pave the way for the next set of permanent teeth. Teeth also affect speech, eating habits, and appearance. ...read more

Care for your Baby’s Eyes

Right from a tender age , good eye care practices are essential to ensure that your child grows up with healthy eyes. There are many strategies to achieve this: Ensure that your baby has a well-balanced diet. Have your child’s eyes regularly checked by your pediatrician or eye doctor. Protect your child’s eyes from the sun. You may opt f ...read more

Your Baby Learns By Watching You

Your baby is twenty-nine weeks old. Babies often seem to grow up to do things the way their parents do them. This is because babies learn from example and imitate the actions of people they see around them. It's a good reason for you to start playing a role model  to your baby. Do the right things and your baby will ...read more

First Years – Hands Free Gate

The First Years - Hands Free Gate can be opened with no hands at all, simply by stepping on a foot pedal. It requires an adult's foot pressure to open it, which makes it safe to use with your toddler. 

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