Spring is always an exciting season, especially if winter seemed to go on forever. The days become longer, the weather becomes warmer, families start to play outside, and the world becomes a little more colorful thanks to flowers and trees in bloom. Spring is also a time when many families embark on annual spring cleaning in and around the house. After all, there’s just something relaxing about cleaning out unused clothes, expired food from the fridge, and opening up clean windows to let the breeze in. But did you know that this special season is also a great time to treat your child to a “spring cleaning” for her teeth with your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg?
A common piece of advice from pediatric dentists everywhere is that kids should visit at least twice a year for checkups and dental cleanings. But why twice a year? Does your little one still need these cleanings if she brushes and flosses her teeth well at home? Truthfully, yes, dental cleanings are necessary even if you take excellent care of your teeth. They’re even more important for kids as baby teeth help them learn to speak properly and hold the space for their permanent adult teeth. Checkups and cleanings with your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg help:
Having your child brush her teeth twice a day for two minutes each time and floss in between each and every tooth once a day is the best way to have her care for her teeth in between dental checkups. However, these habits alone aren’t enough to fully protect teeth from cavities and other problems. She also needs to see her pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg at least twice a year so we can prevent any problems from occurring or stop small problems from becoming big problems.
If it’s been longer than six months since your child’s last dental checkup and cleaning, we welcome you to call our office to schedule an appointment today. We’re always accepting new patients and would love to see you!
As always, our dedication to keeping our patients safe remains our top priority. To help us do that, please be aware of some of the following changes you may see at your next appointment:
Our office has always maintained infection protocols that meet and exceed minimal recommendations, and we will continue to do so. In fact, our standard of care is now being adopted as the industry gold-standard in reducing aerosols.