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Child Oral Health
Caring for Older Kid's Teeth
Kids ages 6 and 12 need to take good care of their mouths so their smiles last a lifetime.
Caring for Your Child’s Teeth
Good dental habits should start with your baby’s first tooth. Although baby teeth eventually do fall out, it is important to care for them.
Dental Problems in School-Age Children
Teaching your children regular brushing and flossing habits can go a long way toward preventing many kinds of dental problems.
Help Your Child Enjoy a Carefree Smile
We all try our best to avoid possible infections in even minor cuts and scrapes, but did you know that according to the American Dental Association (ADA), tooth decay is the single most common infectious disease affecting U.S. children?
First Smiles: Keep Them Healthy
Your baby’s first tooth is a major milestone in growth and development. As parents, we cherish those first toothy smiles.
FAQs About Dentistry and Young Children
Common questions and answers about children and the dentist.
Your Child’s Dental Care Through the Ages
From birth through the teens, you need to heed your child’s evolving dental needs. The example you set—regular checkups, brushing, flossing, and a healthy diet—will help set up your child for a lifetime of good dental health.
Kids' Back-to-School Dental Visit
A dental exam should be part of the back-to-school checklist. Your kids should have checkups even when they don’t have symptoms. This can prevent certain problems. It can catch other problems when they’re easy to treat.
Dental Care For Special-Needs Kids
Children with disabilities often deal with special dental problems. For instance, they are more likely to have gum disease than children without disabilities. They’re also more likely to have missing teeth.
Calling All Tooth Fairies: What to Do When Your Child’s Tooth Is Loose
Every child loves the tooth fairy. But as a parent, it can be tough to know the proper way to help your child when his or her primary tooth is ready to come out.
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