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"Better Dental Health For Kids"

Limit Snacks Consumption
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"Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth"
Sucrose (Sugar) is the 'food' for the
bacteria that cause tooth decay

When choosing a snack, keep an eye on added sugar(sweeteners like corn syrup or white sugar that are added to prepared foods).

chuck those sippy cups
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"Do not let your child go to bed with a sippy cup or bottle"
Nearly one-third of toddlers with
tooth decay problems used sippy cups

Sippy cups should be used only as a
transitional step for children, not as a long-term solution

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"One of those necessary life skills every child
needs to learn is brushing his or her teeth"
Teach kids to brush at least twice a day with
fluoride toothpaste and to floss regularly

Always supervise kids younger than 8 while brushing, as they are more likely to swallow toothpaste replace the toothbrush every 3 to 4 months, or sooner if it shows signs of wear.

Brushing helps a lot
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"Seeing a dentist is your first point of contact for all your oral health needs"
Ask your friends. chances are one of them has a great dentist they can recommend

You & your dentist will be long-term oral health care partners; therefore, you should find someone you can be comfortable with

Search for the right Dentist

"Dental Care Facts"

  • About 1 to 5 children aged 5 to 11 years at least one untreated decayed tooth.
  • 1 to 7 youngsters aged 12 to 19 years has at least one untreated decayed tooth.
  • Kids aged 5 to 19 years from low-income families are twice as likely to have cavities, compared with children from higher-income households

"How does tooth decay/infection happen?"

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The belief that baby teeth do not matter

Unawareness that tooth decay is a contagious disease

Homelessness

In some cases, parental neglect

Lack of basic oral health awareness

Inability to pay for dental care

    "Dental Care Facts"

  • Scribebee Place your brush daily at 45 - degree angle to the gums
  • Scribebee Gently move the brush back and forth in brief (tooth-wide) strokes
  • Scribebee Brush the outer surface, the inner surfaces, and also the chewing surfaces of the teeth.
  • Scribebee To clean the inside surface of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and build many up-and-down strokes.

Schedule your child's first dental visit within 6months
After the first tooth appears, and no later than the first birthday

"Oral Media Sec"

Disclaimer:

* Everything provided on the page is for general informational purposes