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Dental hygiene starts at home

Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing – this is what we need to teach our children from an early age. Give them a good example when it comes to practicing oral hygiene. Make it a part of your daily routine so that your children get used to taking care of their teeth on their own.

Discuss the procedure in advance

Talk about the things that are done in the dental office. You can also show them pictures of the dental instruments they may encounter during their visit. You can also bring a child’s favorite object / toy – this will certainly reduce stress and create a sense of security.

Turn it into a game!

At home, ask your children to open their mouths so you can look inside. Whoever manages to keep his mouth open for the longest time wins. Another option is to offer them a special reward if they manage to follow the instructions during the visit.

Allow time to prepare

Welcome to the clinic a little earlier. This way they will have time to get acquainted with the situation and get used to it before sitting down on the chair. Ask the dentist to introduce himself in person so that your children do not feel threatened by a stranger. Stay with them during the procedure and do not forget to stay calm. Your children will feel it right away if you feel anxious.

How the first dental examination of your children will go will lay the foundations for each one! So, let’s try to make it as enjoyable as possible!