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Posted on 06-20-2012
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the prevalence of dental decay in the United States in children aged 2-5 has increased 15.2%
influence this rate include:
1. Active dental caries in the primary caregiver
2. Socioeconomic status
3. Dental IQ
4. Medical history
5. Dietary habits
While some of these factors are more difficult than others to change, perhaps the first step is work on improving those eating habits. Do you find your child drinking sugary drinks, fruit juice, or candy? Do they brush and floss, or do they go for an extended amount of time with the sugar on their teeth? In addition to stressing the importance of routines, cut back where you can on the sweets, join your child and brush your teeth along with them. Be the best at whatever it is you aim to accomplish, and your child will follow in suit.
Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Call us today, to schedule your child's hygiene appointment (425)228-1521
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