Camp Little Tooth

Kid's Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene is the regular practice of cleaning your teeth and mouth. Practicing good oral hygiene is a very important part of your child’s overall health. It’s also vital when trying to prevent dental problems dental cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, and others.

Practicing Good Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene practices should include the following:

  • Brushing your child’s teeth at least twice a day
  • Using a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste to prevent cavities
  • Flossing daily
  • Visiting your child’s pediatric dentist here at Camp Little Tooth® every six months for a dental cleaning and a checkup

In addition, be mindful of what your child’s diet consists of. Too much sugar can eat away at the vulnerable tooth enamel, as can caffeine or highly acidic foods. If your child does have a diet high in sugar, please make sure he or she brushes frequently to keep the bacteria away.

Here at Camp Little Tooth®, your child’s dental and overall health is very important to us. Please allow us to get to know you and help teach your kids about good oral hygiene and how to properly care for their beautiful smiles!

To make an appointment, please contact our Lafayette, Colorado pediatric dental office. Our pediatric dentist, Dr. Raelene Fulford, welcomes local dental patients from the communities of Lafayette, Louisville, Broomfield, Erie, Boulder, Superior and Todd Creek, Colorado.

Any questions about your child’s oral hygiene can be happily answered by giving our kid’s dental staff a call at 303-604-1000.

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