Protect toddlers' teeth with early trips to a dentist

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Nov 02 2012

Strange new sounds and unknown collection – it’s no consternation because some small ones are a bit shaken about their initial outing to a dentist.

But if we wish to extent those visits, a best thing we can do is start early. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends children have their initial dental check-up by age one.

Dr. Buddy Brice is a house approved diplomate with a American Board of Pediatric Dentistry with offices in both Biloxi and Ocean Springs. He says, “Most a small ones during that age usually have a few teeth in. But during that time is when we unequivocally strike a relatives with education, with regards to use of a bottle, when they get them off a nursing bottle, if they’re breast-fed or breastfeeding, use of a sippy cup.”

Dr. Brice has been a pediatric dentist in south Mississippi for 32 years. He knows preventing early tooth decay

Article source: http://www.wlox.com/story/19975015/protect-toddlers-teeth-with-early-trips-to-the-dentist

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