It is never too early for good dental care. With good oral health care, your child can grow up cavity-free.
Start by caring for your baby’s teeth. As he or she grows, teach your child the best possible tooth care. And do not forget that healthy teeth and gums require regular visits to Dr. MZadeh to check for cavities and assess growth patterns.
Food and bacteria from sticky substance on teeth called plaque. Bacteria in the plaque make acid that eats away the tooth’s enamel (hard coating). This causes tooth decay. Brushing keeps plaque from forming. Begin cleaning your baby’s teeth and gums as soon as the first tooth appears. At first, use water and piece of cotton gauze. As more teeth come in, use small toothbrush and a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. When the child is old enough to brush on his or her own, watch to be sure it’s done right.
Flossing removes bacteria and plaque from between the teeth and under the gums. Floss your child’s teeth daily. When the child is old enough, a floss holder can help him or her floss.
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