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Ask the Dentist: Parental diet can affect how children's teeth and jaws form in womb

Lucy Stock, dentist at Gentle Dental Care, Belfast, says parents' diet even prior to conception can have a bearing on babies' teeth and jaw formation

A child’s jaw and first teeth start forming at about six weeks of pregnancy
CAN crowded, crooked teeth and narrow jaws be prevented by eating well? Being pregnant can be such an exciting time, one where everyone is hoping that the baby will be healthy. But can we do more th[...]

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