The first dental visit for your child should be the time when the first baby tooth erupts. The average eruption time for the first tooth is when the child is about 6-7 months. However, every child is different and some baby has their first teeth as early as 2-3 months while others as late as over a year old.
At the first appointment, it is important for Dr. Jennifer to educate the parents about what to look out for and what to expect in the subsequent years. All parents should know the proper ways to take care of your child’s teeth and the importance of developing a good oral hygiene habit as early as possible.
Dr. Jennifer has two little ones herself and understands the sensitivity of treating children because she does it every day! So bring your little ones in and have a fun first dental visit!
For more information, please see the attached PDF files or ask Dr. Jennifer when you come in for a consultation.
|Why Do Children Grind Their Teeth (pdf)||441 Kb|
|Why Do Children Have Bad Breath (pdf)||438 Kb|
|Why Do Children Have Crowded or Crooked Teeth (pdf)||449 Kb|
|Why Do Children Have Discoloured Teeth (pdf)||478 Kb|
|Why Do Children Have Mouth Sores (pdf)||452 Kb|
|Why Do Children Have Spaces Between Their Teeth (pdf)||481 Kb|
|Why Do Children Snore (pdf)||462 Kb|
|Flouride (pdf)||523 Kb|
|Sealants (pdf)||508 Kb|
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