"When should my child first see a dentist?" The short answer is "First visit by first birthday." That\'s the view of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Pediatricians agree. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children who are at risk of early childhood cavities visit a pediatric dentist by age 1.
2What to Expect?
What Happens at your child\'s First Dental Visit? To prevent childhood cavities, parents have to find out their child is at risk of developing cavities. On your first visit you can also learn how to manage diet, hygiene and fluoride to help prevent future problems.
3First Dental X-Ray?
When Should Children Get Their First Dental X-Ray? There are no rules for when to start dental X-rays. Some children who may be at higher risk for dental problems. Look for a pediatric dentist who specializes in the care of young children.
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