Proper oral care should start the moment a baby is born. Just because there are no visible teeth yet, doesn’t mean oral development is void inside inside an infant’s mouth. As the baby grows, teeth will start growing and by age 6, permanent enamel will develop and continue to do so until age 21.
Maintaining good oral health in children can be a challenge. For one, the very young don’t fully understand the importance of proper oral hygiene. Moreover, they develop oral habits that may be hard to break. Their love for sweets, for instance, pose a major hurdle to keeping their mouth, teeth, and gums in good shape. Read more on this article: