Care for Your Child’s Teeth

Care for Your Child’s Teeth

Your child's overall health depends on having healthy teeth. They make it easier for your youngster to bite, chew, smile, talk, etc. As your child grows, strong dental habits are established through proper oral hygiene. Infection, illness, and other dental problems can result from poor oral hygiene.

The Way to Better Oral Health

  • Brushing and flossing

Your child's dental hygiene should begin when they are a baby. You should clean your child's teeth with water at least twice a day. Use a modest amount of toothpaste when brushing their teeth. Until your child is 7 or 8 years old, they will most likely need assistance brushing their teeth. Brushing teeth for two minutes is recommended for children, and flossing is just as important for their dental hygiene routine. Make flossing a daily habit for your youngster. Ensure that the child brushes their teeth before going to bed.

  • Fluoride

Fluoride is essential for your child's dental health. It has been shown to minimize cavities in both baby and adult teeth and strengthen your teeth by hardening the enamel. Your child may need to take a fluoride treatment. Consult with your dentist if your child requires this treatment. When your child first visits the dentist, they will receive a dental cleaning or fluoride varnish.

  • Regular cavity check

Cavities are little holes in your teeth. When bacteria build up in your mouth, cavities can happen. Sugar in foods and drinks converts to acid, which can erode your child's teeth. Cavities are common in kids because brushing their teeth is difficult. Cavity-causing bacteria can be passed on to children, infants, and even unborn babies by people who have cavities. It would be best if you kept an eye on your child's teeth for cavities.

  • Good diet

Cavities are common in children who consume a lot of sugary meals and beverages. Making healthy dietary choices is critical, and sugar should be consumed in moderation. Allowing your child to consume a lot of soda, fruit juice, or sweetened beverages is not a good idea. Keep sugary snacks and drinks to a minimum between meals. If your child consumes sugar, ensure that they gargle with water afterward.

Taking your child to the dentist at a young age will make them feel more at ease and develop a bond with us. It also creates the habit of routine dental examinations. Everybody should visit the dentist for a checkup at least twice a year.

Please reach out to Persimmon Dental Care in Dublin, CA, to have a consultation with our dentists. Please call us at (925) 999-8282 or schedule an online consultation, and we'll guide you further.


5281 Martinelli Way, Dublin, CA 94568

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