Start Oral Health Care Early

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(Last Updated On: February 23, 2018)

Young Boy Brushing TeethAt Rule Dentistry, we love being able to care for the oral health of patients of all ages in Gurnee. Family dentistry allows us to treat the young and the old; good oral hygiene and preventative care is important at any age. By beginning good oral health practices at an early age, you are setting your little one up for a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums!

It’s recommended that your child’s first dental visit happen sometime around the first birthday. At this age, visits are more about preventing caries and decay, teaching healthy eating and dental habits, and familiarizing your child with their dentist. The first trip should be relaxed and fun! Bringing your little one to the dentist at this age is the perfect stepping stone to helping them realize that the dentist is nothing to be afraid of.

Your child’s good oral care doesn’t stop in the dental office. At home, it’s important to practice good tooth-brushing at least twice a day, and to begin flossing. Talk to your Gurnee family dentistry clinic about the use of fluoride at home, as this may be a necessity for protecting their teeth as well. Talk to your child about how beautiful their teeth are, and let them know that taking care of them helps them stay that way!

In our office, we really enjoy being able to care for the oral health of little ones. Our friendly staff and comfortable services (including flavored fluoride treatments!) make your child’s dental visit relaxed and worry-free. If you are currently looking for a Gurnee area family dentistry practitioner, call Rule dentistry to schedule an exam today!

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One Response to "Start Oral Health Care Early"
  1. Avatar for Rule Dentistry Reve Chaston says:

    At an early age, kids must realize the importance of having a healthy teeth and gums. Your oral health is part of your overall health and it needs proper care as well. Good thing there are lot of ways these days that can help us take care of our teeth.

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