Advice For Parents Of Babies Who Are Teething

For any parent with a baby, there are countless ways in which you are encouraged to support its growth and to ensure that he or she is healthy. Your baby’s health is a big responsibility, and that includes their dental health, starting from the point at which their baby teeth start appearing.

A baby teething can be a distressing time for them, and for parents, it can also be a source of angst, especially in those moments when nothing you seem to do can diminish your baby’s discomfort. Thankfully, this period passes, and your baby will eventually have their full set of baby teeth. Throughout all that time they will be relying on you to ensure those teeth and their gums remain healthy.

If your baby’s development is at a point where their teething is imminent, here is some advice that will help both you as their parent, and in particular, your baby, get through their teething with as little stress as possible.


Most babies start showing signs of their first teeth coming through from around the age of six months. although some start as early as three months and for the later developers, it can begin at ten months. Baby teeth will continue to grow over the next eighteen to twenty-four months and all twenty of their baby teeth should be fully developed by the time they are three years old.


Top 3 Ways to Use Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal is made from a few different sources but the best is produced from bamboo or coconut shell. (Note to self: don’t head to the backyard BBQ to get your charcoal! This is toxic charcoal and best left for the garbage bin). The process of heating charcoal at high temperatures in the presence of gas causes the charcoal to develop small holes or pores and thereby ‘activating’ it. Activated charcoal traps toxins and chemicals in these pores preventing the body from reabsorbing these nasties. Traditionally, charcoal was used to treat poisonings and for bloating and flatulence but with its ability to remove toxins from the body, it is now the go-to product for detoxing.

Top 3 Ways to Use Activated Charcoal
1. Teeth whitening. Activated charcoal whitens teeth by absorbing plaque and tiny food remnants that stain your teeth. Just dip your wet toothbrush into powdered activated charcoal and brush normally. Focus on those areas with staining. Spit out and rinse mouth until water is clear. Beware if you have crowns, caps or veneers as the activated charcoal could stain them. It can get messy so make sure you have some paper towel ready to clean up so it doesn’t stain your grout! For best results use twice a week. Try My Magic Mud which also contains bentonite clay for a deeper cleanse.


Using Facebook To Promote Your Medical Centre

To promote your medical centre, it is possible that you are using digital marketing for the simple reason that many of your potential clients can be found online. As part of that digital marketing campaign the expert digital marketers at highly recommend that you include social media, and, as you may know, Facebook is the largest of all the social media websites.

In order to take advantage of that, there are several ways in which you can market your medical centre on Facebook, and by doing so, you will not only increase the number of people who become your clients, but, as it is Facebook,  they may actually promote you to their friends and family.

To start your digital marketing on Facebook, the first thing you need to create is your medical centre’s Facebook page. Your Facebook page is where your followers know where to come when they are looking to see your latest posts, and it is also where you would send anyone who has yet to become one of your page’s followers.

On your Facebook page, you can include details of your business, but more importantly, you want to use it to engage with your followers and to build a rapport and a relationship with them. The content you post obviously needs to relate to your page, but in terms of what form it takes, the more varied it is the better. This means you can include text, images, audio, and video. For the subject matter, as a medical centre, you have plenty of options.