Keeping Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

It’s no secret that your child’s teeth are most vulnerable at an early stage and need special attention, but what are some things you can do to be proactive about protecting them?

Some parents aren’t aware that their child’s baby teeth can carry infection to the permanent teeth when they start to come in. To prevent this it’s important we teach our children to practice good brushing habits that not only stop any potential disease or infection, but that also carry on to having healthy teeth later in life too.?

In our past few blogs we’ve given some tips on how to maintain healthy teeth. Dr. Joel Berg, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, would surely agree with many of these tips especially the most obvious: brushing regularly and eating healthy!

In an interview where both Dr. Berg and his esteemed colleague Fern Ingber (president of the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation) voice their top tips for children’s oral health, they maintain that early dental visits as well as making fun out of dentistry are key to a child’s overall oral health.

At EP Dentistry 4 Kids we aim to do exactly that! We believe that happy smiles are the best smiles!

What better way to take part in promoting your child’s good habits by making their dental visits a fun experience and bringing them to EP Dentistry 4 Kids!

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