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01May2013

Keep Your Child Healthy And Save Money With Preventative Dental Care

WE KNOW THAT FAMILIES LIVE ON BUDGETS. When life throws you a curveball, it can be tempting to postpone your child’s dental treatment. Resist that temptation! There’s a better way to save money and help keep your child healthy: A Preventative Dental Care Plan.

Part 1: Help Your Child At Home

All your child needs is a toothbrush, some dental floss, and five minutes a day. Thorough daily brushing and flossing removes bacteria and sugar in the mouth and helps to prevent tooth decay. This is the most important part of your child’s new preventative care plan and he or she is going to need your help!

Part 2: Don’t Miss Your Child’s Dental Visits

Let us help! Deep cleanings from our team can reach those areas your child can’t—such as below the gums—and can help fight plaque and other dental demons. Regular maintenance appointments are less expensive than restorative work.

Part 3: Fix Problems Early

Many people admit that they only visit the dentist when they feel something is wrong. If you don’t wait until it’s too late, your child’s visit can be comfortable and convenient. By keeping your child’s regular checkups we can catch and address possible issues while they’re still small.

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Your Child’s Preventative Plan May Be A Life Saver

By following this plan you can better protect your child from major issues down the road. Some studies even indicate that neglecting oral health may lead to other health issues including cardiovascular problems and diabetes. Faithfully following the “Preventative Dental Care Plan” helps keep your child healthy.

Questions?

Let us know if you have any questions about your child’s at-home oral care techniques. You can ask questions below or stop by our Facebook page to send us a direct message.

Thank you for being our patients and friends!

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