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Did You Know?

Kids are never too young for dental care. Wipe first teeth with a damp cloth daily, and then use a small toothbrush as more teeth come in. Use a fluoride toothpaste as soon as your child turns 2. 

Infant Oral Health
Healthy gums and baby teeth in the youngest of children can help ensure a lifetime of good oral health.
Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Conditions such as cleft lip and palate and exposure to secondhand smoke can affect a child's oral health.
Nutrition and Oral Health
We all know that kids need their nutrients. Some vitamins are essential for oral health.
Tooth Decay or Cavities
The truth about baby bottle decay and cavities in young children.
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