Oral hygiene can have a greater impact on your overall health than many people realize. And while you might have created strong habits for yourself in this area, your children may not give this area of their health the time and attention it deserves. So when your child gets the news from their dentist that he or she has developed a cavity, it’s important that you get this taken care of quickly. However, dental procedures can be very scary for some children, especially if they already have a hard enough time just going to their regular cleaning. So to help everyone make it through this event with flying colors, here are three tips for preparing your child to have their first cavity filled.
Originally posted on October 31, 2018 @ 2:40 pm