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4 Tips On Keeping Your Kids Teeth Healthy

February 07, 2023

We at Park Dental believe that healthy smiles begin with you! Start your kids young on teaching them how to take care of their oral health with these few easy tips.

Brushing and Flossing

Both brushing and flossing your child’s teeth are the best ways to have a healthy and happy smile! Supervise your children when they are brushing their teeth until they are 7 or 8 years old, as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Click HERE to watch our brief tutorial on how to ensure that you’re flossing correctly! 

Drink Water

Drinking plenty of fluoridated or tap water not only keeps you hydrated, but it also helps rinse debris in between teeth and any sugar and acid that could possibly lead to tooth decay. Implement this quick tip into your child’s meals and snack times!

Eat Healthier Foods

Introducing healthy foods such as crunchy vegetables, lettuce, cheese, meat, and nuts into your child’s diet will reduce the risk of cavities. Remember to provide your child with age appropriate food! 

Start Dental Visits During Infancy

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends parents to bring their child to the dentist before their first birthday or when the first tooth erupts. At the appointment, you can expect the dentist to check for any cavities, early developmental problems, explain how you can care for your child’s teeth, and answer any questions. It is also recommended to have your child visit the dentist every 6 months after that.

We hope that you and your child come by one of our 53 (and counting) locations! We can’t wait to see your smile.

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