Oral health or the dental health is very important for a healthy body and healthy lifestyle. The early years of life from birth to age five can be called the foundation of the dental health of a person. Children are born free of dental disease, yet by adulthood, 95% of the population has active gum disease, and most people have experienced some tooth decay and even tooth loss.
We believe that disease can be prevented by adapting healthy oral habits and precautions. Our dentists aim to provide the best dental care available to secure your child’s dental health. Healthy baby teeth are important for eating, smiling, talking and keeping a place for adult teeth. Healthy dental habits help avoid tooth decay and promote good general health.
Make sure you use a toothbrush with soft bristles for your child’s mouth.