These are two different sizes of disposable fluoride trays to apply a fluoride treatment. The fluoride trays are inserted into Akesha's mouth. The fluoride should remain in the mouth for at least 60 seconds. A saliva ejector helps to suck up the excess fluoride foam.
A common question new parents have is "When should my child first see a dentist?" Not as early as they should, according to one study. A child's first visit to the dentist typically happens at about age 3 -- two years later than is recommended, reports the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Experts say that getting an early start on dental care can be the most effective way to make sure a child's teeth have a healthy start.