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Kid-Friendly Oral Health: To Eat or Not to Eat
November 17, 2015
Within recent years, dentists have reported an alarming influx of children -- sometimes even as young as 18 months -- suffering from tooth decay or gum infection. Often, these conditions require invasive surgery, resulting in the loss of numerous baby teeth..
When monitoring your child's sugar intake, which food and beverage items should you specifically include on the no-no list? Take a look at these top five Dental Don'ts, in addition to some wholesome alternatives to protect their pearly whites.
Today I'm going to share with you something that I'd rather not. If you thought I was a bad parent because my boys watch "SpongeBob" and ride their bikes in the street, wait until you read this: Two of my children have cavities. The third one probably does, too, but so far, he hasn't cooperated for X-rays.