BRING YOUR CHILD FOR CHECKUP
Dental caries, also known as tooth decay or cavities, are physically and emotionally the most devastating oral diseases in early childhood. They cause severe and rapid tooth decay in infants and may rob a child of their cute smile. As a result, the four upper front teeth are extracted by the age of two years. Unless promptly treated, it may completely destroy the primary teeth and trigger infections and abscesses that may harm the development of permanent teeth. However, this should not be the case because dental caries is 100 percent preventable. Visit our specialized pediatric dentists in Milton to keep cavities at bay.
Good Oral Hygiene
Although baby teeth (primary teeth) are eventually replaced, they play a significant role. Same as permanent teeth, they are necessary for speech development, proper chewing and eating, and attractive appearance. They also facilitate the development of the jawbone and guide permanent teeth into position. These dietary habits are beneficial to a child's dental health:
- Brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste
- Visit your dentist regularly for a checkup and cleaning
- Flossing once a day
- Being keen to control what your child drinks and avoiding sugary or sticky foods
- Eat a well-balanced diet
Children Dental Visit
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) encourages children to visit a dentist by the age of one, or within six months after which the first tooth erupts and continues through childhood to teen years.
However, the first dental checkup for a child can cause them so much anxiety, and hence the need to take them to a child-friendly dental clinic. An ideal child-friendly dentist should have years of practice in children's dentistry, have fun and exciting ambience, and understands children's emotional and thought processes.
Children's dental visits entail the following procedures that are essential to your child's overall dental health:
- Examination of the child's gum and "baby teeth"
- First-time cleaning, which may include topical fluoride (an important component providing growing teeth additional protection against decay)
- Most children's dentists recommend that a child's at-home dental sanitation include a stable supply of fluoride
Children oral hygiene is of absolute necessity. Thus, Parents are advised to take care of their children's teeth at home and schedule visits with a family dental provider. At Trilliant Dentistry, we go beyond the call of duty to provide quality dental treatment for your child. We aim on preventive care in order to assist every child achieve a healthy smile that goes for last a lifetime. Get a chance to sample our renowned children dentistry services by scheduling an appointment or call us at
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