World Oral Health Day write that your child’s first smile. Their first words. The songs you sing with them at bedtime. The laughter they’ll share with their friends. The ideas that they will one day share with the world. Many of the best things in life depend on good oral health at every age. Good oral health is key to your baby’s health and well-being throughout their entire life – and yours, too! All children need access to dental care to ensure a lifetime of happy and healthy smiles, but babies born with clefts, one of the world’s most common birth differences, are at a higher risk for cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay throughout their lives. For lots more details and fact sheets about Oral Health Day head over to their website here.
Source: World Oral Health Day