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According to search at Mayo clinic shown that after consuming acidic food, including oranges, grapefruit, lemons or any type of citric food you should avoid brushing for 30 minutes.
Brushing right after consumption of these food can damage the enamel in its weekend state.
But, about 20 minutes after you eat something, saliva will begin to neutralize the acids attacking your teeth. If you don’t wait for that to happen and brush too soon after consuming these fruits you can actually damage the weakened enamel.
FIRST VISIT for your : The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry say that the first dental visit should occur within six months after the baby's first tooth appears, but no later than the child's first birthday.
We’ll discuss topics like Fluoride, brushing techniques (and how to make them do it), The Do’s and Dont’s of bottles and sippy cups, what to do in an emergency, and much more! This visit will be the start to a beautiful and healthy relationship with your child and their dentist!
Let’s start some good habits from childhood and have fun!