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Did you know that you could be passing cavity-causing bacteria on to your baby? Babies are not born with the germs that cause cavities - they acquire them from grown-ups. This means dental disease can start with a baby’s first tooth.
Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease in the United States – yet oral health problems are nearly 100% preventable. Start these good oral health practices from the very beginning of your baby’s life, and help to avoid significant problems down the road.
You have the power to prevent cavities!
Download a printable brochure of infant oral health tips.
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