Dr. Tooth Books approves of children’s dental health information from the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
Your Child’s First Dental Visit
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association, your child’s first dental visit should occur as early as the eruption of your child’s first tooth, and no later than your child’s 1 st birthday.
Timing of Teeth Eruption
For information on primary (baby) and permanent (adult) tooth eruption and eruption charts, visit:
Dental Care Tips for Your Baby and Kids
For information on caring for your baby’s and children’s teeth, visit:
- Avoiding baby bottle/sippy cup tooth decay
- Brushing your baby’s teeth
- Diet and nutrition for your little ones
- Your child’s dental visits
- Thumbsucking and pacifiers
- And more. . .
Dental Care Tips for You and Your Family
For information on caring for your teeth and your family’s teeth, visit:
Pregnant and Thinking Ahead?
For information on care for yourself and your newcomer, visit: