Celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month with a new toothbrush!

Celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month by buying each of your children a new toothbrush. Dr Hannah Baek, Woodridge dentist, recommends that you change to a new toothbrush every 3 – 4 months or when the bristles become frayed or worn. Our Woodridge dentist always recommends that you purchase a soft bristle toothbrush for you and your family members.

Please remind your children to brush at least 2 times a day! Brushing two times a day helps freshen the breath, removes food debris and plaque build-up and helps prevent tooth decay.

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Healthy Smile Dental

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