3 Reasons to Protect Baby Teeth
Parents often wonder about the American Dental Association’s recommendation that children see the dentist no later than their first birthday. They only have a couple of baby teeth, and those will come out anyway, so what’s the urgency?
Consider the fact that your child’s baby teeth actually started forming when you were six to eight weeks pregnant, and permanent teeth followed in the twentieth week. You can see that a lot happens with your child’s oral health even before your little one makes their appearance in the world!
The Crucial Role Baby Teeth Play
Tiny baby teeth are certainly precious, but they play a significant role in your child’s early dental development. What happens ...