The school year is underway, which means that the days will fill up once more for you and your family. The sooner you begin developing a good oral health routine with your kids, the more likely it is that those good habits will carry them into adulthood. On those busy mornings, you’ll want to have a successful routine in place.
Parents know that when it comes to kids, easier is better, and the same applies to their oral health.
Baby teeth are teeth too!
Dental care for children with baby teeth is important for preventative oral health and studies show that children are getting more cavities at a younger age. According to the American Dental Association, every child should have their first dental visit by age 1, or around the time their first tooth appears.