Taking care of your child’s teeth includes more than just brushing twice a day and flossing. Nutrition plays a significant role in your child’s dental health. A good diet is essential for your child’s overall growth and development, which includes their teeth.
Empowering Your Family with Dental Education
At Jenkins Dentistry for Kids, we believe that dental care is about more than just visits to the dentist every six months. We know that building a foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits starts with education. We are here to help!
Dr. Jill Jenkins and her team of pediatric dental associates create engaging and educational dental content to keep you and your family informed on dental procedures, dental care tips, nutrition guides, and more!
Tooth brushing and oral care can often feel like one of those more demanding duties. However challenging it may be, good oral health is a crucial component to children’s overall health. Here are some age-appropriate suggestions for realistic approaches to oral care for infants and toddlers.
Baby teeth are vulnerable to decay from their very first appearance. Most babies will see that first tooth erupt between six and 12 months. Proper care for your baby’s teeth is imperative through their growth and development.