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The first visit should be within 6 months of the first tooth coming into the mouth or by their first birthday. It gives us a chance to make sure you’re doing everything possible to make sure your child has great oral health and answer any questions that you may have.

We encourage parents with children, especially during exams and cleanings. There are sometimes when parents are not allowed into the opertory, such as deep sedation

Less is more. Tell them of the appointment, positive language about the trip and that all. It’s our job to introduce your little one to the profession. Parents always want to help, but in this instance, less is more… and no jokes, kids don’t always get the humor.

They are important! Besides helping your child to smile and chew, they also serve to maintain the space and orientation for the permanent teeth to erupt correctly.

For most children, it’s sometime between 8 and 10 years of age that they can brush by themselves.

Let them start brushing as soon as they want, just give them help until they’re older

Yes… if their teeth touch each other. It’s especially important for the back teeth.

If there is a gap, you’re good.