Sugar and Children’s Oral Health: Top Tips for Patients

Children’s tooth decay is quite preventable. Sugary drinks and sugary snacks are often to blame for the tooth decay.

Key takeaways:

  • Children should be supervised to brush teeth with fluoride toothpaste twice every day until seven years of age.
  • The frequency and amount of sugary drinks and snacks should be reduced.
  • Make regular visits to the dentist so that dental problems are detected early and treated.

When it comes to oral health, we believe in #preventionfirst: tooth decay is an avoidable disease and we are campaigning for Government’s to take this problem seriously, to act now and invest in real prevention.

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