Oral Health Care
A healthy mouth is the gateway to a healthy body. Establishing good oral health care habits at a very young age lays the foundation for a lifelong of healthy habits.. Check out this article to learn more about how you can help your children form healthy oral health habits.
Oral Health Care by Age
Click on the thumbnail to learn more about how you can take care of your child’s teeth from the time they are born, to when they reach other developmental milestones.
Mothers and Fathers
Children will look forward to brushing when it’s pleasant and entertaining. Have them watch these fun videos while brushing!
My Children’s Teeth: The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry – the recognized authority on pediatric oral health care – published oral health resources on its website for parents and caregivers.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
Baby Oral Health for Parents: Find answers to your questions about your baby’s oral health
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills
Cavity-Causing Germs Can Go from your Mouth to Your Child’s Mouth – Learn How to Prevent
Florida Department of Health
Learn how to Help your Preschooler Eat Well, Be Active and Healthy
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Did you know that Children with Bad Teeth do not do Well in Schools?
National Maternal and Child Oral Health Center
Teething: A normal part of childhood that can be treated without prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) medications. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a warning for parents on prescription and over-the counter (OTC) teething medications. Read More
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
A Video of Children Thanking their Mothers for Taking Care of their Children’s Oral Health
Maryland Dental Coalition Action