Tooth Talk

Healthy teeth allow your baby to chew food and talk. They also help shape your baby’s face and hold space open for adult teeth to grow in—adult teeth are bigger than baby teeth, so they need lots of space. When you take care of your baby’s teet ...

Teeth First! Teeth First!
TeethFirst!

Community Organizations

The American Dental Association, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and the American Academy of Pediatrics, all recommend that children have a dental home by the age of one year. Families aren’t often aware that the first step to a lifetime of healthy teeth begins with early visits to the dentist. In fact, it’s never too soon for dentists and families to team up—making a child’s first teeth a priority from the start. You can help spread the word about the importance of early oral care to parents and caregivers and serve as a vital link in getting kids to the dentist early and regularly.

After all, it takes a community of people working together to keep our little ones healthy.

TeethFirst! Creating healthy smiles for a lifetime.