Pediatric Dentistry: The Stakes Have Been Raised
Your pediatric dentist gives more than just a checkup. A healthy oral cavity, or lack thereof, can change the course of your child’s life.
If the number one disease amongst children nationwide is easily preventable, why does it still affect 40% of children in the United States?
Dental caries, or cavities, remains the most prevalent disease in children ages 2-11, topping the charts even above asthma. And yet many parents shrug off the presence of a cavity as though it’s a “rite of childhood”. However, the effects of a child’s oral health reach far past just “some harmless tooth decay”. The presence of consistent pediatric dentistry and proper oral care in your child’s life could mean the difference between a pain free, confidence-filled life and one nuisanced with disease.
Why is the consistency of early pediatric dentistry so crucial to your child’s development and overall health?
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