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Oral Care 4 months to 4+ years

Oral care should start from the very beginning of a child’s life. Even before their first tooth emerges, inadequate oral care can affect their future appearance and health. Infants have special oral care needs that every new and experienced parent should know about. “Baby teeth usually emerge around seven to eight months of age, and [...]

Avoiding Fluorosis

While fluoride is important for children’s teeth, swallowing too much can cause fluorosis – white spots on your child’s permanent teeth.

Brushing Basics and Tips

It takes many years before children develop the motor coordination they need for a proper tooth brushing. Your child needs your help.

9 Ways to Make Brushing Fun

It takes many years before children develop the motor coordination they need for a proper tooth brushing. So until then, your child needs your help.

Brushing Chart

Use this “Brushing Chart” to keep track of when your child brushes his or her teeth.

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