Cavities are the decayed areas of your teeth that can often cause discomfort in the form of tooth pain that children often suffer with. A cavity is formed due to a lack of oral hygiene, eating too many sugary or acidic foods and having too little fluoride in the teeth, which is why dentists commonly advise patients to ensure brushing their teeth twice a day.
Many children complain of having some sort of tooth pain which can affect them eating properly. There are many preventative methods that can prevent your child from experiencing cavities. Brushing your children’s teeth before breakfast and bedtime and regular flossing can effectively help to combat plaque as brushing helps to prevent cavities forming in the top and sides of the teeth and flossing can help to reach in between the teeth where a brush cannot reach. It is often better for young children to avoid acidic fizzy drinks as this can damage the teeth at an early age, fresh fruit juices would be the better alternative to a fizzy drink.
Making sure your kids follow a healthy balanced diet can also help to prevent cavities as too much sugar can cause the plaque to stick on to the teeth. Rinsing or brushing the teeth can help to remove the sugars, which are left on the teeth. Treating a cavity is what dentists commonly deal with as part of their dental job and they will always be eager to answer any questions you may have regarding the health of your child’s teeth.
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