60% of all kids get a cavity before age 5

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) reported that 60% of all US children had cavities before age 5. Dr. Hannah Baek, your Woodridge dentist, follows the recommendations of the AAPD. She believes that children should visit the dentist before age 1. ”We would like to work with you to help your children live without cavities.” Call for your appointment today!

Click here to read the entire American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry report….

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