Moms – Jessica Tucker
From the moment the first tooth erupts, parents’ job with their kids’ oral hygiene has begun. It may be a struggle initially to floss and brush but over time, brushing teeth becomes routine. And the more proficient that kids get with brushing their teeth, the more tempting it becomes to let them brush their teeth independently. But the age at which parents can stop helping their kids brush their teeth may be later than expected.
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