Most kids have 20 “baby teeth,” which they start to lose around age 6. The average adult has 32 teeth, including 4 wisdom teeth that many people have to have removed.
Although the importance of regular dental health care might seem obvious for some, it is not as innately understood by others. Parents should instruct their kids on the best practices for living a healthy lifestyle, as any lack of knowledge in this matter can be a serious problem.
Did you brush your teeth?”
It’s a question every responsible parent ask every night before bed. But while it’s a very simple, two-minute task, some kids have trouble remembering to do it, or struggle to do it right. Oral health care for kids could be easy — that is, if you could get your children excited about it.
Regular brushing is important, and this practice should be taught to children at an early age. However, parents will probably need to assist kids in brushing their teeth until the age of about eight or nine, since their small hands lack the proper manual dexterity to go about the process properly.
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