March 20th World Oral Health Day

Close-up of little boy opening his mouth during dental checkup

Children have the highest risk of developing oral health problems.

Adequate nutrition is essential both pre and post-natally to aid the normal growth and development of their oral cavity.

Did you know that maternal malnutrition can impact on the oral health of an unborn child?

Find out more about oral health and the challenges that arise as your child grows.

Also read these articles by Lea to understand how better nutrition can improve oral health for the whole family:

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If you would like to discuss with Lea how your child’s dental health could be improved through improved nutrition then contact us today

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