TeethFirst! is a collaborative group that promotes early dental visits for very young children in Rhode Island. We seek to educate families and caregivers on proper oral care at home and encourage them to bring their child to the dentist by age one. We educate health care providers about the importance of oral health, and we work with dental providers to increase their comfort level in working with very young patients. TeethFirst! also works with community organizations to help staff to communicate the importance of oral health to families and caregivers. We believe that it takes a team, working together to keep little smiles healthy for a lifetime.
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A child’s first #teeth are important! @TeethFirst believes that a lifetime of #healthy smiles starts with families caring for a child’s first teeth with good brushing habits, proper #nutrition and early visits to the #dentist. Even very young #children benefit from regular care at home and simple dental checkups to help prevent problems and build good habits. Follow this link to learn more! http://bit.ly/1QAIlJU
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It takes a community working together to keep little smiles healthy from the start. It begins with families taking care of baby teeth at home with good nutrition and #oralcare habits. Talking to health care providers about #oralhealth and visiting a #dentist by age one are also ways that families can create a team that makes #babyteeth a priority. Learn more from TeethFirst! http://bit.ly/1QAIlJU
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.@TeethFirst educates staff at community organizations that serve families about the importance of #oralhealth. http://bit.ly/1QAJz7S