Did you know that more than 40% of children have one or more dental cavity by the time they reach kindergarten?
It’s important to take charge of your child’s oral hygiene while they’re still young. Not only will this teach them good habits, but it’ll ensure a healthy and happy mouth.
However, this is easier said than done.
When surrounded by whirring instruments, strangers in surgical masks, your child may not know how to act.
It can be a nerve-racking experience for them, so to reduce their anxiety and avoid the kicking, screaming, and tears, here are a few tips you can implement for every dentist visit.
Start regular visits early
Bringing in your tot, starting from a young age, is a great way to introduce them to the world of dental care.
Kids should come in for their first visit at around one year old.
Play their favorite movie while in the waiting room
This should calm them and set t