1. School Age
  2. Health & daily care

School-age dental care

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    Brushing children’s teeth: in pictures

    Brushing teeth is vital to your child’s dental health. Our illustrated guide takes you through the steps for keeping children’s teeth clean and healthy.

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    Dental care for school-age children

    Healthy teeth and gums are vital to your school-age child’s general health. Dental care for children’s teeth starts with cleaning teeth twice a day.

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    Teeth issues for school-age children

    Teeth issues for school kids include teeth-grinding, thumb-sucking and teeth injury. It might be time to consider a mouth guard if your child plays sport.

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    Tooth decay

    Tooth decay is bad news for children and teens. But there’s good news: tooth decay is easy to avoid with good dental care and healthy eating and drinking.

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