Tooth decay can happen at any age. It can affect adults, kids and even your infant or toddler. As parents, it’s our role to set our children on the path of good oral health. Cavity prevention is a vital part of that. Tooth decay is a serious problem and can ultimately lead to infection, pain and loss of teeth.
Eating a balanced diet plays an important role in your dental health, too. Brushing and flossing help keep your child’s teeth clean and gums healthy but good nutrition is necessary to help boost the immune system. When your immune system is strong, your child is less vulnerable to developing oral disease. A child’s eating habits can profoundly affect their dental health too. Carbohydrates, sugars and starchy foods such as cake, bread or carbonated drinks can cause the bacteria in the mouth to produce acids, which then attack the teeth.
Oral Hygiene Instruction and Diet analysis service will allow you to learn how to keep you and your family member’s teeth to stay healthy!