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A healthy smile should last a lifetime.
Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease in the U.S. – nearly five times more common that asthma. Yet oral health problems can almost always be prevented.
Not only can dental disease be extremely painful, but treatment can be very costly for parents. Taking good care of your child’s teeth through these simple, preventative activities can help to avoid significant problems down the road.
Dental disease can negatively impact a child’s development and self-esteem. If left untreated, tooth decay can cause school absences and even affect a child’s ability to learn and concentrate at school.
Cavities are not inevitable – you have the power to prevent dental disease!
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