STRONG TEETH MAKE STRONG KIDS
But shockingly, 46% of children 0-8 in the U.K. have tooth decay1. No wonder there's a national oral health crisis. That's why Oral-B, along with the University of Leeds, is leading the charge to help patients teach children about better oral health.
TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE OUR KIDS STRONGER.
7,928 EPISODES OF CHILDREN UNDER 5 HAVE HAD TEETH EXTRACTED2
38% OF CHILDREN HAVE HAD SLEEPLESS NIGHTS BECAUSE OF DENTAL PROBLEMS3
35% OF CHILDREN AGE 12 ARE TOO EMBARRASSED TO SMILE OR LAUGH4
3 DAYS OF SCHOOL ARE MISSED EVERY YEAR PER CHILD DUE TO DENTAL PROBLEMS5
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHILD'S ORAL HEALTH
BABY 0-2 YEARS
The first baby teeth appear. Parents should brush their baby's teeth twice daily with baby/child fluoride toothpaste and schedule their first dental appointment by age 1.