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Frequently Asked Questions

Schedule check-ups every six months. For specific oral health needs, more frequent visits may be advised.
Before the first tooth appears, clean the gums with a damp cloth. After that, use a soft-bristled, infant-sized toothbrush.
We recommend using water or training toothpaste when your child starts getting their first teeth. When they turn age 2, switch to using a rice-grain-sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste. Always encourage spitting out the toothpaste.
Cavities form when bacteria in the mouth produce acids that erode tooth enamel. Sugary foods accelerate this process.
Ensure twice-a-day brushing with fluoride toothpaste and daily flossing. Limit sugary foods and have regular dental check-ups for professional cleaning and advice.
The first set of X-rays is usually taken around age four. Yearly follow-ups help ensure healthy development and alignment, especially once the permanent teeth start coming in.
Thumb-sucking is common and usually harmless up to age three. If the habit persists or is aggressive, it could cause crowding or alignment issues with the teeth.
Baby teeth serve crucial roles in speech, chewing, and saving space for permanent teeth. Poor care can affect your child’s overall health and result in misaligned adult teeth, as well as infection or pain.

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