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Dental Care Tips for Infants and Toddlers

Just like adults, children also need proper dental care. Parents often undervalue good dental care for their child. However, according to dental experts, it is never too early to start caring for your children’s dental health. Most of the problems associated with teeth develop at an early age and if not addressed, these problems remain for the rest of life and cause certain other dental issues.


Toddlers are often put to sleep while drinking milk or other sweetened fluids. Grownups told to floss before going to bed but infants and toddlers cannot do it on their own. Parents should either make them drink plain water or clean their teeth and gums with a soft dampen cloth. This way, the amount of sugar still present in the mouth and disease-causing bacteria will wash off.


For grown up children


As children grow up, it becomes all the more important to take care of your children’s dental health. You should make children understand importance dental hygiene and start building up good habits in them for everyday dental care. Keep a check on the sugar intake of your child. You should decrease the amount of food items and drinks containing sugar that your child takes on daily basis such as sweets, chocolates, snacks and soft drinks. These are the most prominent cause of developing dental problems in children like cavities and bad breath.


Daily dental care for children


At an early age, growing the habit of brushing twice a day and regular flossing is enough for daily dental care for your kids. Make sure the child uses a soft toothbrush and mild toothpaste suitable for his delicate teeth. Tell him the right way of brushing the teeth. A visit to a dentist may also help letting him know the correct way of brushing and daily dental care steps.


When to start visiting a dentist


Your child should start visiting a dentist as soon as his first set of teeth starts appearing. At this first level, there are many things that figure the dental condition of the child in the far future. Some problems that pose a chance to develop later such as improper teeth alignment and cavities fixed at an earlier stage and with a lot of convenience. When your child develops the complete set of milk teeth, it is the right time to start visiting the dentist regularly.


Parents often think that if dental problems such as cavities have appeared in children with milk teeth, these are not important treated as the milk teeth will be lost sooner or later. However, this is a wrong conception. In many children, the milk teeth stay till the age of twelve years and teeth with cavities are prone to develop infection and cause pain and inconvenience while eating. So it is always better to visit a dentist and seek a proper treatment irrespective of the age of the child.

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Dental Office Closure Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Our top priority is the health and well-being of our patients, families, staff and community. In this unprecedented time, we are deeply committed to keeping everyone safe. Considering the evolving pandemic and out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to close our practice for the next [week/two weeks]. We believe that this closure will allow us to more effectively evaluate this dynamic situation and assist in following the CDC’s guidance on social separation. If you have an appointment scheduled with us this week, our office will be in touch to help reschedule your appointment. There WILL be a dentist on call in the event of a dental emergency. Should you require emergency dental care, please call our office as you normally would or email and one of our dentists will contact you. We did not make this decision lightly. A great deal of care, research and planning guided our decision. We will continue to evaluate the situation as it evolves and determine on a weekly basis when it is appropriate for us to return to our normal business hours. Again, please understand that we are making this decision with the health and well-being of our patients, our families, our team and our community in mind. We wish all of you continued health and strength during this challenging time.

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