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Even the best brushers can get a cavity curveball. Keep those teeth shining bright with regular checkups and reading these tips:

  • Poor nutrition, bad hygiene habits, or a lack of dental care can lead to cavities
  • Baby teeth can appear with cavities already formed
  • Cavities in baby teeth can spread to the permanent teeth waiting to push through
  • Bacteria eats through baby teeth faster, making them more defenseless against cavities than the adult teeth that replace them
  • More than half of children develop cavities by the age of 8 in the US
  • Severe, untreated tooth decay can lead to broken teeth, abscesses and, in extreme cases, even death in children1

 

Keep your kid’s teeth strong and cavity-free. Book your child’s next dental checkup today!

1https://www.latimes .com/california/story/2023-10-27/california-kids-tooth-decay-dental-issues

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