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#1 Old 06-23-2016, 08:29 AM
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Right age to bring your kids for dental check up

Every parent has a confusion when to bring their child for dental check up? The right time is after his/her's first birthday. You can long it to 2 yrs too. But don't you think that there is no use to take treatment for the baby teeth which is going to lose?
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No, there is. Suppose if a child has any cavities or any other dental issues with their baby teeth, they need to be corrected it asap. Or else the child has to endure the pain. Isn't treating at the earliest safe for our children?
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Don't wait too long for dental check. After 1 year is fine for a short visit

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Every parent has a confusion when to bring their child for dental check up? The right time is after his/her's first birthday. You can long it to 2 yrs too. But don't you think that there is no use to take treatment for the baby teeth which is going to lose?
Actually there is use in taking our children for dental checkup.The more early we find the problem, the more early we can fix it.Why taking risk in our children's matter?
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Actually taking kids to dental clinic at small ages is very important. I didn't take my first kid to any dental clinic at her small ages, now she is dental phobic. So as per my friend's suggestion I took younger kid who is just 1 years and 4 months to a children's dentistry in Toronto ( http://www.centenarydental.com/childrens-dentistry/ ). There the dentist Dr. Stacey Stein gave her warm welcome she spend more than 20 mins in making my kid comfortable at the place. She made my kid to brush and corrected her brushing style which can really help my kid. I am thankful to Centenary dental clinic for that. I would suggest every parents to take there kids to a dental clinic where there is special children's dentistry which can really help in your child's oral health
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