1. Children’s teeth are so precious, but decay can begin with very first one. Pediatric Dentists recommended a child’s first check up occur around the time their first tooth erupts. Good oral health practices are vital to our child’s wellbeing beginning with the most basic dental advice: regular brushing and flossing. ately 2-3 minutes, using a soft toothbrush. The toothbrush should be changed every 3-4 months.
  4. It is important to remember that child’s dental care is very important as they are important for chewing, biting, speech and appearance; also they hold the space for permanent teeth. Make sure your child is using the proper techniques to clean the teeth. Good dental care is more about brushing and flossing. Your child should visit a Pediatric Dentist twice a year, whether you think they need a checkup or not.
  6. Eating healthy to promote strong teeth in children :- The foods children eat directly affect the status of their dental health long term. Foods that are high in carbohydrates, starches, and sugar can cause dental decay when consumed in immoderate amounts or when left on the teeth for too long after eating.
  9. In addition to brushing the teeth twice daily, kids should consume a well balanced diet to promote overall health and build a strong healthy smile. Sugary, sticky or chewy foods like caramel, lollipops, hard candies etc should be avoided. In large amounts or improper teeth brushing, these sweet foods can cause cavities and lead to serious tooth decay. Establishing these healthy habits early and maintaining them are the key to establishing a lifetime of good oral care.
  11. Children Dental Care at the early age is very important because dental problems often start early, the sooner the visit the better. Problems such as baby bottle tooth decay, teething irritation, gum diseases and prolonged thumb sucking, the Dentist for children can provide or recommend special preventive care.
  13. 1. The Pediatric Dentist examines the teeth for signs of early decay, monitors orthodontic concerns, track jaws and tooth development and provides a good resource for parents.
  15. 2.The Pediatric Dentist has several tools in hand to further reduce the child’s risk for dental problems, such as topical fluoride and dental sealants.
  17. 3.If indicated, a Pediatric Dentist can gently clean the teeth which include polishing teeth and removing any plaque, tartar build up and stains
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  19. The Pediatric Dentist can demonstrate good brushing and flossing techniques and provide strategies for thumb sucking and pacifier cessation and communicate with the child on his own level.