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Toothpaste and Your Kids
We encourage you to pay attention to the type of toothpaste you give small children; fluoride levels vary from product to product.
A pea-sized amount is recommended for children under six years of age, and a rice-sized amount under 3, but read the fine print on the tube for recommendations. You should also keep it out of reach; kids are sometimes tempted to eat toothpaste.
Fluoride is helpful in preventing dental caries, but too much can cause tummy aches or defects in the enamel or more serious conditions. Please call our office at (425) 338-9773 if you have questions or are unsure about your child's toothpaste.
What Our Patients Are Saying About Us
"My 4 year old son loves getting his teeth cleaned! He woke up asking when he was going to go get his teeth brushed because he remembered us talking about it the day before. His assistant Whitney was awesome and made the experience spectacular. The treasure tower on the way out was just icing on the cake!"
Katie B. - Everett
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