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How Will Pediatric Dental Care Benefit My Child?

How Will Pediatric Dental Care Benefit My Child?

by Yenny (SU)
Congratulations on your beautiful new baby! Being a parent is an awesome job that brings many rewards. It also carries much responsibility. By the time you left the hospital, you probably had baby’s first doctor visit scheduled. By the end of that visit, you knew exactly how often you would be returning for check ups and immunizations, probably for the next three years. So, when are you going to the dentist? You may not have planned that yet, but it is every bit as important to the health and wellbeing of your child. Dental decay is the most common childhood illness, and what you do as a parent will have a great effect on your child’s dental health, both now and for years to come. Protecting your child from dental cavities is just one of the many benefits of pediatric dental care.

Pedriatric Dentist: Setting Your Child Up for a Lifetime of Good Oral Habits

Pedriatric Dentist: Setting Your Child Up for a Lifetime of Good Oral Habits

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People who are health-conscious realize that they must follow a good diet and exercise routine on a regular basis. Many people do not realize how important oral health truly is. It is important to be aware of having a healthy mouth in order to have a healthy body. The same goes for oral hygiene, as it can help us live a longer life.

When to Bring Your Baby to the Dentist

When to Bring Your Baby to the Dentist

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Whether your toddler has a mouth filled with teeth or only a few poking through, it’s time to start thinking about oral hygiene and their smiles. Taking your child to the dentist at a young age is the best way to prevent problems such as tooth decay, and can help parents learn how to clean their child's teeth and identify his or her fluoride needs. After all, decay can occur as soon as teeth start to appear. Bringing your child to the dentist early often leads to a lifetime of good oral care habits and acclimates your child to the dental office, thereby reducing anxiety and fear, which will make for plenty of stress-free visits in the future.