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Back-to-School Dental Checkups for Your Children

Woman and "Back To School"If you’re like most families, you probably have a back-to-school preparation routine! It may involve a new backpack, new school supplies, and even a shopping trip for new school clothes. Here at Little Rockies Pediatric Dentistry, we recommend adding one more thing to that back-to-school list; a dental checkup!

Importance of Back-to-School Checkups

Below are a few reasons why this is the time of year to schedule regular dental cleanings and exams for your children:

  • Prevention – Making sure to visit our office every six months for a dental cleaning and exam can allow for early detection of any dental problems. The earlier we can catch or prevent dental disease, the better the outcome.
  • Absences – Over 50 million hours of school every year are lost due to dental problems. Additionally, the number one chronic childhood illness is dental cavities! Because of these two scary statistics, it’s important to make sure that your child isn’t missing school because of dental problems.
  • Maintenance – Starting the new school year with a clean slate will be much easier for your child to maintain as he or she begins to work into a new routine. Additionally, your child can feel confident showing off a clean, sparkly smile on the first day of school!
  • Overall Health – Lastly, dental problems can have a negative effect on your child’s overall health. In fact, tooth decay can lead to tooth infections, gum disease, and even malnutrition in children.

Here at Little Rockies Pediatric Dentistry, your child’s dental and overall health is very important to us. We want to make sure that all of our little patients are set up to have a healthy and happy school year!

To make an appointment for your children to receive a back-to-school dental checkup in Parker, Colorado, please call Little Rockies Pediatric Dentistry today!

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