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And the answer is: Absolutely!
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, caries — the process which causes dental cavities — is the most common chronic disease of childhood in the US. By the time they enter kindergarten, 40% of children have had at least one cavity. Not only is it crucial for overall health to have healthy teeth, but it is also important for nutrition, self-esteem, and general development.
Click below to see Dr. Van’s entire article on the Boston Tutoring Service website.