February is Children’s Dental Health Month a good time to remember that your child’s oral health is important to his or her overall health. Some people believe that baby teeth don’t matter because they eventually fall out, but the truth is that baby teeth do matter very much because baby teeth are vitally important to a child’s early physical and social development as well as healthy baby teeth helpt foster good nutrition through proper chewing and helps to insure your child develops proper speaking skills allows your child to learn in school without the distraction of dental pain and provides space in your child’s jaw for proper development of permanent teeth. Regulary brushing flossing and seeing a dentist will ensure that your child’s oral health remains strong into adolescence and adulthood. Ohio Dental Association member dentists are located throughout the state and are dedicated to providing the highest quality dental care are bound by the highest eithical standards and have access to superior ongoing education and training.

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