The enamel or outer layer of your child’s teeth is much thinner than yours; this makes them more susceptible to developing a cavity.
It’s Easy for kids to get Cavities
When they do have a cavity, get them to their dentist as soon as possible. Don’t know what to look for? No problem! We’ve found an article with a few different things to keep an eye out for.
“Cavities are painful, making chewing difficult. Take note if your kid has trouble eating the foods they normally enjoy.”
This article is meant to help you identify any problems. Cavity Signs
Keep in mind, just because your child has one of these signs does not mean they have decay.
If you suspect decay on your child it is recommended to get them into their pediatric dentist right away.
It’s always better to be safe than sorry!