You will eventually take your childre to the dentist. Here are some great example questions by a pediatric dentist that you might want to ask like, “what kind of toothpaste should my child use?” and “why are my child’s teeth so sensitive?”. The article is helpful in this sense for preparing ahead of time for the child’s upcoming appointment.
- They will take this consultation time to relay information to the parent or guardian about everything that requires treatment and talk about anything that caught their attention during the appointment.
- Write down questions about your child’s dental health, so you don’t forget to ask them when you see the dentist,
- As your kid grows up, you can switch to fluoride toothpaste and use a pea-sized drop of toothpaste to help them clean their teeth as they develop the habit and skill themselves.
“The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you don’t delay a dental visit to help your child’s oral health. Kids need someone who understands their fear and reservations.”