If you were lucky enough to get through your teenage years without a set of hefty, uncomfortable braces, chances are that your adult teeth might be in need of a little help to achieve their optimal position and best aesthetic outcome. I was one of those children who had braces for most of my adolescent life. If you’re in this boat (or if you’re trying to straighten your teeth after they’ve relapsed), you’ve probably discovered the technological sorcery referred to as ‘aligners’.
Parents are responsible for looking after their child’s health and teaching them healthy habits for their future life. As a parent, you want your child to be as healthy and happy as possible at all times. From a young age, getting your child into excellent habits for dental and oral health care will ensure that they have healthy teeth and provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to continue this throughout their adult life. Here’s what you can do to make sure that your child’s dental health is well cared for.