Children?s teeth seem to be getting worse year after year. Children are requiring more cavity fillings, tooth pulling, and dental sedation practices than ever before. Good dental hygiene should start at a young age. Children need to be taught how to properly brush and floss from the moment they have their first tooth. This not only prevents future dental problems for occurring, but it also teaches them the necessary dental hygiene habits for when they have a full set of teeth. Dentists are seeing an increase in kids with dental problems, due to a couple of common reasons.
Lack of dental education
Some children are simply not taught how to practice good dental hygiene. They fail to take care of their new teeth. The first set of teeth that children grow is weaker and more prone to