|A good oral education starts when we're kids.|
- Brush at least 3 times a day or after every meal with fluoride toothpaste.
- Use floss to remove food debris between teeth (this is recommended for children from 4 years).
- Use mouthwash to attack areas where brushing and flossing has no reach
- Maintain a balanced diet avoiding excessive consumption of sugars and starches. If they have to eat these foods; do it during mealtime, not between meals.
- Going to the dentist regularly for a routine, and that prevention is the key to win the battle against tooth decay and oral health.
- Verify that the little kids do not swallow the toothpaste.
- Brush teeth in both the back and front.
- Brush the outer edges of the teeth.
- Brush the chewing surface of the teeth.
- With the tip of the brush, brush the back of the front teeth.
A balanced diet is necessary for our children to develop strong teeth and resistant to decay. In addition to the full range of vitamins and minerals, a child's diet should include plenty of calcium, phosphorus, and proper levels of fluoride.