Isn't it heart-warming to see that wide toothy grin from your little one? As a parent, it’s natural that you want to keep your child happy and healthy. And that includes teeth too.
By Dr Dinesh Francis Swamy
Someone rightly said, ‘a healthy smile = happy child’. For that healthy smile and a toothy grin, you need to take good care of your child’s tender teeth. The best approach is to start early, be proactive, and work with your child’s dentist to foster good dietary and oral hygiene habits. The very thought of visiting a dentist can be scary for your little one, and make you feel anxious too. But worry not, there’s help. Paediatric Dentists are specially trained to focus on the oral health of children of all ages and behavioural stages, from new-borns to adolescents. They can help your child deal with dentistry and dental anxiety, and are trained to deal with issues in milk as well as permanent teeth. Let’s now find answers to a few common parental questions about dental health in children:
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