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Visit Our New Webpage: Keeping Teeth Healthy at Home!

There's a lot that parents and caregivers can do to keep a child's teeth healthy at home.

In fact, good oral health starts there by brushing twice a day for two minutes each time, and flossing once a day. Good tooth care combined with regular visits to the dentist can be very helpful in preventing problems.

Every stage of childhood has its own set of recommendations for tooth care.

TeethFirst! has put together a handy guide for parents and caregivers to follow so they will know how to care for a child's teeth starting from birth to over age 8.

Anunciamos nuestra nueva página web: La nutrición para tener dientes saludables

¿Sabía usted que a pesar de que todavía no puede verlos, los dientes de un bebé están casi totalmente formados en el momento de nacer? ¡Incluso los dientes permanentes de un bebé comienzan a formarse al mismo tiempo! Esto quiere decir que a pesar de que no los pueda ver todavía, es muy importante alimentar a su niño con comidas saludables que ayudarán a que los dientes crezcan y sean fuertes.  Y a pesar de que su pequeño perderá los dientes de leche, sigue siendo importante cuidarlos igual que como cuidaría a los dientes adultos permanentes.

Announcing Our New Web Page: Nutrition for Healthy Teeth

Did you know that even though you can't see them yet, a baby's teeth are almost completely formed at birth? Even a baby's permanent teeth are starting to form at the same time! This means that even though you might not be able to see them yet, it is very important to feed your child healthy foods that will help keep teeth growing strong.  And even though your young child will lose her baby teeth, it is still very important to take good care of them like you would care for her permanent adult teeth.

What to Expect During Your Baby's First Dental Visit: A TeethFirst! Video

At TeethFirst!, we understand that parents and caregivers might be a little unsure about taking their very young child to the dentist for the first time.

To help you feel more comfortable, we made a video to show you that the first dental visit is quick and that the dentist's office is a safe place with friendly people who want your baby to have a healthy smile.

Watch the video to learn more about what to expect at your baby's first visit to the dentist! 

 

Qué esperar durante la primera visita dental de su bebé: Un video de TeethFirst!

En TeethFirst!, entendemos que los padres y personas que cuidan a los niños podrían no estar seguros sobre llevar a un niño tan pequeño al dentista por primera vez. 
 
Para ayudarle a que se sienta más cómodo, hemos preparado un video para mostrarle que la primera visita dental es rápida y que el consultorio del dentista es un lugar seguro con personas atentas que desean que su bebé tenga una sonrisa saludable. 
 

A TeethFirst! Video: Why Early Dental Visits Matter

Doctors, dentists, and other health care providers suggest that babies see a dentist by age one.

To help families understand why they make this recommendation, TeethFirst! asked some Rhode Island dentists and dental hygienists to explain why they think it is important for very young children to see a dentist.

Watch the video and learn why very early dental visits are a great idea. 

Un video de TeethFirst!: Por qué importan las primeras visitas al dentista

Los médicos, dentistas y otros profesionales médicos sugieren que los bebés deben visitar a un dentista antes de cumplir un año.

Para ayudar a las familias a entender por qué ofrecen esta recomendación, TeethFirst! les pidió a algunos dentistas e higienistas dentales de Rhode Island que explicaran por qué piensan que es importante que los niños pequeños visiten a un dentista.

Mire el video y aprenda por qué las primeras visitas dentales son una excelente idea.  

Qué hacer si el trauma dental ocurre en casa: Dientes permanentes

Escrito por: Avani Khera, DMD

Desde practicar deportes, a jugar con las manos con sus hermanos, muchos niños sufren traumas en sus dientes. Muchas lesiones dentales se relacionan con los deportes, generalmente el baloncesto y el béisbol. Asegurarse de que su niño usa un protector bucal, casco y protector de la cara durante actividades deportivas es una manera importante de prevenir que ocurra el trauma dental. Se recomienda el uso de protectores bucales personalizados disponibles a través de su dentista.  Los protectores comunes están disponibles en la mayoría de las farmacias sin receta.

What to do if Dental Trauma Happens at Home: Permanent Teeth

Escrito por: Avani Khera, DMD

From playing sports, to roughhousing with their siblings, many children suffer trauma to their teeth. Many dental injuries are sports-related, most commonly due to basketball or baseball. Making sure your child wears a mouth guard, helmet, and face guard during sports activities is an important way of preventing dental trauma from happening in the first place! Custom mouth guards are recommended and available through your dentist. Generic mouthguards are available over the counter at most drug stores.

What to do if Dental Trauma Happens at Home: Baby Teeth

Escrito por: Avani Khera, DMD

Accidents happen!

From playing sports, to roughhousing with their siblings, many children suffer trauma to their teeth. Many dental injuries are sports-related, most commonly due to basketball or baseball. Making sure your child wears a mouth guard, helmet, and face guard during sports activities is an important way of preventing dental trauma from happening in the first place! Custom mouth guards are recommended and available through your dentist. Generic mouthguards are available over the counter at most drug stores.

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