UF releases toddler tooth decay study
A University of Florida study shows cavities and poor oral health in toddlers lead to complicated dental problems long before they even graduate from their cribs. WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman spoke with University of Florida Research Associate Professor Jill Herndon says parents should aim for brushing their tots teeth twice a day at least once before bed with fluoridated toothpaste.
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