It's a beautiful thing to see your child grow, and we know you want to do everything you can to keep them healthy and strong. Even before kids receive their first baby tooth, they should be taking care of their dental health. Tooth decay can be prevented by developing early oral hygiene habits such as cleaning their gums and tongue. However, how frequently should your youngster visit the dentist? Here are a few things that you must know.
The dentist will scrape below the gum line to remove any built-up plaque and tartar, which can otherwise lead to gum disease, poor breath, tooth decay, and other issues. The teeth will then be cleaned, polished and flossed to enhance their appearance.
We will thoroughly examine their teeth, gums, and mouth for any signs of disease or other issues.
X-rays can detect abnormalities such as damage to jawbones, impacted teeth, abscesses, cysts or lesions, and decay between the teeth that might otherwise go undiscovered until they cause discomfort.
Brushing twice a day, flossing, and getting regular dental exams are the most effective ways to ensure your child's oral health remains consistent. A pediatric dentist can teach your child proper brushing and flossing procedures. Simply follow a prescribed dentist exam plan, and your child will receive excellent oral care and a healthy smile that will last a lifetime.
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.
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