Preventing Cavities In Children
20th / February / 2017
Childhood cavities are actually five times more common compared to other ailments such as asthma.
How can parents ensure their children have healthy teeth? Creating strong and resilient teeth should always begin at an early age.
Let us look at a few recommendations.
- Bottles can have a negative impact upon the oral hygiene of a newborn baby. It is better to rock an infant to sleep or to employ a warm blanket if possible.
- Fruits and vegetables are recommended over snacks which can lead to tooth decay and bad habits in the future.
- In order to guarantee a bright and attractive smile, be sure that a child visits the dentist every six months.
“Good oral health habits introduced early will last a lifetime.”
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