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Pediatric Dentistry of Central Ohio
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Some useful guidelines as to which foods are healthy and which ones are harmful to your child’s teeth: https://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/nutrition-childs-teeth#1
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Here is some useful information and tips to establish an effective toothbrushing routine with your child: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/healthy-living/oral-health/Pages/Let-the-Brushing-Games-Begin.aspx
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Dental Sealants and Fluoride are two effective strategies for the prevention of dental decay in children. https://medlineplus.gov/magazine/issues/summer12/articles/summer12pg22.html
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While your baby’s new teeth are key for chewing, speaking and appearance, they also hold space in the jaws for the next set of adult teeth. Caring for your child’s baby new teeth is essential for a lifetime of optimal oral health.
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All about your baby’s first teeth as well as some strategies to ease teething pain: http://www.parents.com/baby/health/baby-teeth/the-whole-tooth/
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While sports accidents account for a high percentage of dental injuries in school age children, some can be prevented. Studies have demonstrated that wearing a mouthguard significantly lowers the incidence as well as the severity of trauma to the teeth and mouth area.
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Some oral health concerns during the teen years from the American Dental Association: https://stock.adobe.com/stock-photo/group-of-teen-high-shcool-students/53245297?prev_url=detail
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If you child chips or injures a tooth, it is important to see the dentist for prompt care. https://www.verywell.com/when-a-kid-damages-a-tooth-617031
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While a sippy cup is useful to help your toddler learn to drink from a cup, prolonged use and filling it with sugary beverages can be harmful to your child’s teeth. http://www.mychildrensteeth.org/education/sippycup/
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