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What is the correct time to take your kid to a dentist?

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Posted by: milanrobe  (3 years ago)
I recently noticed tooth decay for my 16 months old DD. I’m really worried and I have made an appointment with a dentist in Gables Dental Care, Florida ( http://www.gablesdentalcare.com/childrendentistry.php ). I have been brushing her teeth when I saw them. I used to care my baby very well but I’m not sure how this happened. What may be the reason for this? I’m worried whether it will hurt her. Can tooth decay occur so early? What is the correct time to take your kid to a dentist?
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I recently noticed tooth decay for my 16 months old DD. I’m really worried and I have made an appointment with a dentist in Gables Dental Care, Florida ( http://www.gablesdentalcare.com/childrendentistry.php ). I have been brushing her teeth when I saw them. I used to care my baby very well but I’m not sure how this happened. What may be the reason for this? I’m worried whether it will hurt her. Can tooth decay occur so early? What is the correct time to take your kid to a dentist?


99 times out of 100 such decay is due to letting the young child sleep with a bottle containing something other than water.
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