Did You Know?

According to the American Dental Association, tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease. Thankfully, by implementing healthy dental practices early, tooth decay is preventable.

Children who have their first dental experience at a young age are proven to have a more favorable outlook toward dental care and hygiene during their life. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child’s first visit take place soon after the first tooth appears; roughly around the age of one year.

As a parent, you play an integral part in making sure your child’s health is comprehensive. By choosing a pediatric dentist, you understand that not all oral hygiene is alike. Working with a pediatric dentist, preventive dental health habits are introduced to your child early on in their life. Dr. Wolff and her team work with you to develop a well-rounded oral health program that will ensure your child is smiling for years to come.

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