Teeth are strong but surprisingly vulnerable, and this is particularly the case with kids’ teeth. It’s a common misconception that it doesn’t matter what happens to children’s teeth in the early years, as those teeth will fall out anyway. In fact, dental hygiene in early childhood is a crucial foundation for a mouthful of great teeth as an adult. Problems like caries or gum disease in the early years can lead to pain, missed school days, or bigger heath issues. It is critical to prevent and protect against such issues from infancy.
Proper dental hygiene and attention to oral care should be established as early as possible to prevent future complications – and it’s not just the parents’ job. A Dentistry IQ website report dated September 3, 2014 stresses that children need to learn how to brush and care for their own teeth at an early age. The best way for them to do this is to learn from dentists.
“Mountain View, Calif. – (July 14, 2014) – Dr. Patrick F. McEvoy, a leading Mountain View CA dentist renowned for his portfolio of advanced dental treatments, has introduced the Solea CO2 laser system: a fast, precise, virtually noiseless and anesthesia-free system that does away with the discomfort and anxiety associated with dental treatment.
“The Solea system completely changes the whole experience,” said Dr. McEvoy. “Cavity removal, fillings and other treatments are amazingly comfortable with the Solea laser – it is light years ahead of traditional methods and I believe it sets a new standard for painless dentistry. Even the most nervous patients can forget their fear and focus on a great outcome. Solea change what it means to go to the dentist.””