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Infant Oral Health Care



Publisher:Lambert Academic Publishing

Authors:Ripin Garewal, Jessica Garewal

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Infant Oral Health Care Description

Promotion of oral health and preventive dental care are fundamental concepts in dentistry for children. In this context, the pediatric dentist has a specific responsibility to children and their parents as well as to society. The preventive process must begin early in infancy during the infant's first year to ensure a successful outcome. The purpose of an infant oral health program is to improve access to care, to provide counseling and anticipatory guidance for children aged 6 months to 5 years. The goal is to provide infants and toddlers with a pleasant, non-threatening introduction to dentistry and to establish and reinforce the foundation of sound dental habits. The Current Text offers a Contemporary Guide to Perfect Oral Health Care in Infants.

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