Soft tissues in a child’s mouth and the enamel of baby teeth are delicate. As your child grows up and begins to eat all kinds of food, food debris will easily cling to the teeth and lead to cavities. It is important to choose the right toothpaste to take care of your child’s dental health.
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Children over the age of two should have already stopped using bottles and instead drink from cups. Don't let him fall asleep with liquid inside mouth and train the child to eat enough meals in the morning, afternoon and evening to avoid snacking.
As they learn to brush their teeth, the muscles in their hands are not developed properly to brush their teeth effectively. Parents need to help them brush their teeth every night by standing sideways from the child at the back and gently lift his chin so his head reclines slightly to brush his teeth for him.
Children between the ages of 2 and 6 should choose a toothbrush that’s right for them. Teach them to brush their teeth after getting up every day and before going to bed.
He can brush his teeth using fluoride toothpaste the size of a bean once he knows how to spit the paste and water out.
Regular dental examinations ensure proper care and cleaning of the teeth and gums. Children should be taken to see a dentist for an oral examination at least once a year.