Good oral health habits should start at an early age. That’s why it’s important to bring your young child into the dental office by his or her first birthday. When pediatric dentists gently examine your child’s mouth, gums, and teeth to check for problems, they and their team can help you learn important best practices to follow at home.
This brochure answers these questions:
At what age should my child first see a dentist?
Why is it important to see a dentist at this young of an age?
What’s the proof that early dental visits make a difference?
What steps can I take to safeguard my child’s oral health?
What should I expect at the first dental visit?
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These new brochures are provided thanks in part to the generous support from Cheng Crowns.