The chewing surfaces of the back teeth are filled with deep grooves that can be difficult to clean. This means that they are at risk for the accumulation of plaque and tartar, and ultimately for tooth decay. Fluoride treatments can help protect all the teeth, but dental sealants are recommended for extra protection on the.. read more →

03 Feb 2018
February 3, 2018

Causes of Tooth Decay in Children

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Tooth decay in babies and young children, commonly referred to as baby bottle tooth decay, is the most prevalent disease among children in the United States, affecting an estimated 44 percent of 5-year-olds. It is more common in families of lower socioeconomic status, but may occur across societal lines. Fortunately, this disease is reasonably easy.. read more →

With the amount of sugar being added to foods, dental hygiene is growing in importance. Do you know how the facts behind children’s teeth? What does asthma and have to do with your teeth? Find out more with our infographic. read more →