Development of kids teeth
Child development is obviously important. Whilst walking and talking are usually the highest priorities for development, there is a smaller aspect that shouldn’t be overlooked: a child’s teeth.
I recently heard the shocking statistic that 75% of all kids have some sort of dental issue when their adult teeth come in. So I was really interested to read this guide of recommended steps to be taken during the evolution of a child’s teeth, from before teeth come in, all the way to when permanent teeth are in and possibly in need of orthodontic care.
Recommended steps to take
Many thanks to Burrow and Welchel Orthodontics for these tips http://www.charlotteorthodontists.com/
Some children struggle when starting an oral care routine. At Buddies we recommend trying to find out whether there is a particular problem that’s putting them off. If so, you may be able to easily remedy. For example, some kids find mint toothpaste too ‘hot’ or ‘spicy’ so you may want to try alternatives. Buddies dentist approved toothpaste flavours have been designed to appeal to even the fussiest children. https://buddiestoothpaste.com
Good luck and let’s all keep smiling!