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  1. Why early childhood dental visits are important?

    Answer-The sooner children begin getting regular dental checkups, the healthier their mouths will stay throughout their lives. Early checkups help prevent cavities and tooth decay, which can lead to pain, trouble concentrating and other medical issues. Youngsters with healthy teeth chew food easily, learn to speak clearly and smile with confidence.

    The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics say that every child should visit a dentist by age 1 – or as soon as the first tooth appears. This “well baby visit” teaches parents and caregivers how to care for their children’s teeth and help them remain cavity-free.

    For example, pediatric dentists see many young patients with cavities that came from falling asleep with a bottle of milk or juice. The dentist can tell the parents or caregiver.

    Why this causes decay ?

    The importance of encouraging children to drink milk, water and juice from a cup as they approach their first birthday How to brush young teeth.

    Dentists also encourage mothers to stop on-demand nighttime breastfeeding, after the child’s first teeth come through.

    Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children Worldwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 40 percent of children have decay by the time they reach kindergarten.

    Here in India , nearly 60 percent of elementary school-age children suffer from preventable dental decay. More than one in five have cavities in at least seven teeth.

  2. What are routine checkups and cleaning?

    Answer- A routine check-up is an appointment in which the dentist examines and assesses the condition of your current oral health in comparison to your last check-up. By doing these routinely, you can ensure that any oral health issues that arise are caught before they become too severe. Routine cleanings help manage your oral health as well; a dental cleaning in our clinics can do more than just at home dental cleanings.

  3. What does a routine checkup and cleaning involve?

    Answer- When at your routine check-up and cleaning, one of our trained dental hygienist will clean your teeth by removing tartar with a small metal tool. From there, the hygienist will perform the following: flossing, polishing, and fluoride application. On an as needed basis, the dentist will take x-rays of your teeth to get a better view of the condition of your oral health. If the dentist sees a cavity, he may have you come back for a filling at a later appointment. If the decay has progressed more, he may recommend gum disease therapy to help you out. If you haven’t already received dental sealants, then sealants might be applied to the chewing surface of your teeth to help prevent bacteria and food from getting stuck in the grooves of your teeth. Your dentist might discuss what kind of foods and drinks you consume to ensure that you are receiving the minerals and vitamins you need while avoiding things that can be damaging to your oral health. Dental check-ups are also a good time to show patients the proper way to brush and floss. To summarize, a dental check-up and cleaning can involve the following things: thorough teeth cleaning involving tartar removal, flossing, polishing, and fluoride application.

    • Dental x-rays as needed.
    • Dental sealants as needed.
    • Oral health and dieting discussion; what foods and drinks are you consuming, how is your flossing and brushing, etc.

  4. When to get routine checkup and cleaning done ?

    Answer-A You should ideally be receiving bi-annual check-ups; meaning you should be visiting our offices at least twice a year. This time frame allows us to see if anything has changed since your last visit as there can be oral health deterioration over time as a result of neglect or other factors. During this appointment Dentist will check your oral hygiene status plague status and do the cleaning if required.