Keeping
New Teeth Healthy
All content in the presentation, including
medical opinion and any other healthrelated information, is for informational
p...
Between ages 1 and 3,
your child will grow his full
set of 20 teeth.
Here, tips on how to keep
them healthy and strong,
from Cynthia Sherwood,
DDS, a spokeswoman for
the Academy of General
De...


Take your baby to his first
dental exam by age 1,
suggests the American
Academy of Pediatric
Dentistry and the
American...
The dentist will go over
feeding and cleaning
habits, plus check for early
signs of tooth decay.


Brush your infant's teeth
with tap water. It
contains fluoride (bottled
water doesn't), which is
needed for developing
...
Since too much fluoride
can cause brown or white
spots on incoming teeth,
wait until age 2 to use
pea-size amounts of
fluo...


Don't let kids fall asleep
with a bottle or sippy
cup; milk or juice that sits
in the back of the top
two front teeth c...
Pediatric Dentistry
Dental Care For All Children
Ages 1-18
“Call Us Today”
(779) 221-2006
Rockford, IL

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Pediatric dentist of Rockford knows how important your child's first set of teeth are between ages 1 and 3, your child will grow his full set of 20 teeth.
Here, tips on how to keep them healthy and strong.
Pediatric dentistry specializes in beautifying smiles and helping special need children for overall dental care.
Pediatric dental care for all children ages 1-18.

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Pediatric Dentist Rockford, IL | Keeping New Teeth Healthy

  1. 1. Keeping New Teeth Healthy
  2. 2. All content in the presentation, including medical opinion and any other healthrelated information, is for informational purposes only and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation. Use of this presentation and the information contained herein does not create a doctor-patient relationship. Always seek the direct advice of your own dental pediatrician in connection with any questions or issues you may have regarding your own health or the health of others.
  3. 3. Between ages 1 and 3, your child will grow his full set of 20 teeth.
  4. 4. Here, tips on how to keep them healthy and strong, from Cynthia Sherwood, DDS, a spokeswoman for the Academy of General Dentistry.
  5. 5.  Take your baby to his first dental exam by age 1, suggests the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
  6. 6. The dentist will go over feeding and cleaning habits, plus check for early signs of tooth decay.
  7. 7.  Brush your infant's teeth with tap water. It contains fluoride (bottled water doesn't), which is needed for developing teeth and bones.
  8. 8. Since too much fluoride can cause brown or white spots on incoming teeth, wait until age 2 to use pea-size amounts of fluoride toothpaste.
  9. 9.  Don't let kids fall asleep with a bottle or sippy cup; milk or juice that sits in the back of the top two front teeth can cause cavities.
  10. 10. Pediatric Dentistry Dental Care For All Children Ages 1-18 “Call Us Today” (779) 221-2006 Rockford, IL SpecialNeedsDentistRockfordIL.com

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