Keeping Up With Your Child’s Dental Health During the Pandemic
Dr. Jenna Winokur of Dentistry for Children shares tips to keep your children's teeth healthy while remote learning (and snacking) during the pandemic.
Dental decay is the most prevalent chronic pediatric disease in the country yet so few of us know anything about it. Forty percent of all children are said to have cavities by the time they reach kindergarten and are three times more likely to miss school as a result of dental pain, according to Dr. Jenna Winokur, a board-certified dentist at Dentistry for Children which has practice locations in Jackson, Lakewood, Toms River, Neptune and Howell.
Are you worried constant snacking during remote learning is wreaking havoc on your child’s teeth? Are you keeping up with your child’s dental appointments during the pandemic? What can you do to make sure you’re maintaining your child’s oral health? Watch the video below for answers to these questions and more.