Following your child’s visit, it is important that they adopt a healthy diet and consistent dental routine to prevent any future dental problems.
In order to avoid cavities, we ask that you limit your child’s sugar content. We also encourage you, especially in the beginning, to monitor your child’s dental hygiene habits. Brushing and flossing can be a difficult task for young children and they may depend on you for guidance and assistance.
We encourage you to periodically check in with your child between dental visits to see if they are experiencing any discomfort or pain. Addressing potential dental problems early on can prevent more serious ones from developing down the line.
Prevention is most effective when your child has regular dental visits. We encourage six-month visits to help maintain optimal oral health and to monitor the progress of your child’s tooth development.