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ROANOKE, Texas - Jan. 10, 2014 - PRLog -- When was the last time you took your little one to the dentist? Many parents often underestimate the importance of routine dental care for young children. After all, if they haven’t received their permanent teeth yet, does seeing a dentist really matter? Without regular dental care, even baby teeth can develop cavities, leading to painful infections that may require extraction, hindering the proper eruption of permanent teeth. Maury County TN dentist (http://davidfosterdds.com), Dr. David Foster, answers a few common questions about the importance of children’s dentistry (http://davidfosterdds.com/family-dentistry/) for keeping little smiles healthy.

Frequently Asked Questions About Children’s Dentistry in Maury County TN

Question: Do my children need regular checkups?

Answer: Yes. A checkup is a vital part of children’s dentistry. Both adults and children require twice-yearly checkups. The American Dental Association recommends a checkup once every six months. Once your child reaches age three, he/she should start attending routine checkups with Dr. Foster. A checkup allows Dr. Foster to monitor dental health and frequent visits to the office help ease dental anxiety in young children and instill good dental habits.

Question: When should my child first see my Maury County TN dentist?

Answer: Now, the initial appointment should occur within six months following the arrival of the first baby tooth. Typically, this happens around age one. This visit will require little to no treatment. Instead Dr. Foster will examine your little one’s smile for any signs of developing dental disorders. He will also check to see if the baby teeth are erupting properly.

Question: Do children need to brush and floss like adults?

Answer: Yes, from the moment the first tooth arrives, children should brush (with their parent’s assistance, of course) twice a day. When more teeth erupt, you should help your child floss, as well.

Question: Does my Maury County TN dentist offer dental sealants?

Answer: Yes. To help your child avoid tooth decay, Dr. Foster coats vulnerable teeth in the rear of the mouth in several layers of a special plastic material. The sealant helps prevent food and bacteria from adhering to or becoming stuck between teeth.

About Dr. David Foster:

Call Creekside Family Dental Center (https://www.facebook.com/DavidFosterDDS) in Columbia, TN at 931-388-3384 to schedule an appointment for you or your family with Dr. Foster. We serve Maury County, Lewisburg, Lawrenceburg, Hohenwald, Centerville and all surrounding areas.

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