Children's Oral Health Information
- Baby's First Dentist Visit
- Fluoride is Important
- Risk Factors for Infant Cavities
- The First Tooth
- Basic Preventative Care
- Sealants, Diet and the Tooth Fairy
Protect your baby's smile.
Before they can even say "Hello".
Cavities are nearly 100% preventable. Your child should visit the dentist by age 1 or within six months after the first tooth comes in. Click on the links to the left to read more about caring for your child's oral health or click here to learn more about the Delta Dental of Iowa Foundation's “Dentist By 1” campaign.