As a parent, you naturally want the best for your children, but you need information to help you make the right choices. The foundation of good Dental Health during childhood and the teen years is laid during the first years of life. Surveys show that there is a correlation between poor dietary and brushing habits during a child’s first and second years of age and tooth decay at the age of three. We also know that children with cavities in their milk teeth have a greater likelihood of developing cavities in their adult teeth. To ensure good dental health in the future, the most important thing you can do for your child is to establish good habits right from the start. Brush twice a day using Fluoride Toothpaste ( containing a minimum of 0.1% fluoride). Adults must take responsibility for their children’s teeth brushing habits.