Don’t stop too soon

Don’t stop too soon

13 February 2017 . Posted by Laurelyn in Tips and Tricks

Kids may be at risk for tooth decay due to inadequate parental supervision, according to a UK health organization.

While risks from sugary foods and drinks are well-known, the lack of brushing supervision is also seen as a risk factor.

Brushing your child’s teeth twice a day from an early age is an effective way for parents to reduce the risk of cavities.

And even after the age of seven, it’s wise for parents to check on kids to ensure they do it correctly and for 2 minutes.