A child’s baby teeth eventually fall out, ceding to permanent teeth. However, this doesn’t mean you can take the child’s milk teeth for granted. Though temporary, they are still crucial to your child’s health and development. Teeth enable a child to properly bite, chew and speak. There is no better time than the first few years of a child’s life to teach them proper oral hygiene.
Oral problems can occur no matter how young a child is. Cavities are one of the most common oral problems during childhood, especially for those with a sweet tooth. Sugars encourage bacteria that damages tooth enamel and threatens a child’s continuing oral health. Proper oral care helps prevent cavities and other oral maladies, preventable by diligent brushing, flossing, and tooth-healthy diets. Read more from this blog: