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Focus on Tiny Teeth
February 2019 | Issue No. 182
How do I get my preschooler to let me brush her teeth?

Preschoolers are learning how to be independent, but independence comes with practice (and with your guidance). you might have guessed, tooth decay is the #1 dental problem among preschoolers. Here are 6 quick and effective tips for brush battles.

Our teeth and our heart share the same blood. This means the same bacteria that can lead to cavities in teeth can travel to the heart and cause a dangerous infection called endocarditis. Learn more here  

Dental Care for Children with Heart Conditions
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