Tooth decay is now considered the most common childhood disease, affecting one in seven 3 to 5-year-olds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Untreated tooth decay and cavities can be bad news for your child's baby teeth, as well as their future oral health. While toddler tooth decay is a serious issue, it can be prevented by making proactive changes to your child’s diet and oral care routine.
CSP Spotlight on National Children's Dental Health Month: Brush and Clean In-Between to Build a Healthy Smile04 Feb 2019
National Children’s Dental Health Month is a time to increase awareness of oral health and promote good oral health habits. Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children. There are, however, safe and effective preventive measures that can protect teeth. Throughout this month, we will discuss those measures. Parents, see below for oral tips for children 0-12 years old.
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--- Dr. Rand Olson
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