How do I Prevent Tooth Decay?
Four things are necessary for cavities to form: 1) a tooth; 2) bacteria; 3) sugars or other carbohydrates; and 4) time. We can share with you how to make teeth strong, keep bacteria from organizing into harmful colonies, develop healthy eating habits, and understand the role that time plays.
Remember, dental decay is an infection of the tooth. Visiting us early can help avoid unnecessary cavities and dental treatment. The pediatric dental community is continually doing research to develop new techniques for preventing dental decay and other forms of oral disease.
Studies show that children with poor oral health have decreased school performance, poor social relationships and less success later in life.
Children experiencing pain from decayed teeth are distracted and unable to concentrate on schoolwork.
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