Oral health advice for parents or care givers of children
Brush their teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.
Drink tap water that contains fluoride.
Ask your child’s dentist to apply dental sealants when appropriate.
If you have a child younger than 6, watch them brush. Ensure they use a pea-sized measure of toothpaste and consistently spit it out instead of swallow. Assist your child with brushing until they have great brushing abilities.
To check whether your local area’s water is fluoridated, you can easily do a search online. You can likewise refer to your water service supplier and request a report. This report will provide data on the quality of your drinking (faucet) water.
On the off chance that your drinking water needs more fluoride to prevent cavities (the ideal measure of 0.7 milligrams per Litre), ask your dental clinician if your child needs oral fluoride supplements or floride varnish..
If you have any more questions about this or anything else do not hesitate to contact us on 0208 675 7210.