Pediatric Dental Tip #1

by Dr. Katie Lubitz Stewart 20. April 2014 13:16

Dr. Katie Stewart

A common question new parents ask is "when should I begin brushing my child's teeth?".  The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends brushing your child's teeth as soon as they erupt!  They also recommend using a small smear of fluoridated toothpaste on a soft bristled toothbrush. No need to buy the training toothpaste!  As long as the brushing is with adult hands and supervision, the very small amount of fluoride toothpaste is of great benefit to the newly erupted teeth!

So brush morning and night every day.

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Comments (2) -

4/14/2015 8:22:06 AM #

Welcome Dr Katie!  I am so happy you decided to join our medical team of great doctors. I will be reading your tips each week as will thousands of other and want to thank you in advance for sharing your vast knowledge with Moms everywhere.

I love this first health tip as well.
Paula B

Dentist Scottsdale
Dentist Scottsdale
6/14/2015 5:57:44 PM #

We must love our teeth and brush it get a perfect smile.

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