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4 Cavity Prevention Tips for Kids

Here at Kids Choice Dental in Denver, we are often asked by parents how to prevent cavities in their children’s teeth. Below, we’ll explore some great tips to do just that, and schedule your child’s dental cleaning today!

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Encourage Daily Brushing and Flossing

One of the best ways to prevent cavities in your child’s teeth is to encourage great oral hygiene care. This includes brushing and flossing their teeth at least twice a day — in the morning and at night. You should help your child when they are younger in order to ensure they are properly brushing and flossing.




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Limit Some Hard & Sticky Candies

Many hard and sticky candies work to erode the enamel, or the protective covering of teeth,  from your child’s teeth. These types of candy, such as gummy candies or hard candies, should be limited. If your child does consume them, have them rinse their mouth or brush their teeth immediately afterward.




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Consider Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are thin, plastic coatings that are placed on your child’s molars that help to form a barrier against bacteria. This simple, painless procedure takes a minimal amount of time and can help prevent cavities in the long run.




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Get Regular Dental Cleanings

Regular dental checkups and cleanings are essential to help your child stay cavity-free. Your dentist will not only offer a great cleaning, but they can provide a fluoride treatment to help strengthen your child’s teeth and ensure their teeth are coming in properly.





Kids Choice Dental is a Denver-area pediatric dentist that loves to help kids stay cavity-free. Our staff takes the time to help both you and your child learn about great oral health care and offer tips and tricks to keep your teeth healthy. To get started, call for a dental appointment today!

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