Opinion: Children should have their first dentist visits at earlier ages

The recommendation that children first see a dentist when they are 3 or 4 years old should be updated, according to a Pittsford, N.Y.-based pediatric dentist. "Recent studies have shown that children who have their first dental visit as an infant have fewer fears of dentists and, even more important, take better care of their own teeth," he writes in this article.

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.) (tiered subscription model)

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