Do you brush your child’s teeth?
The Royal College of Surgeons is now saying that parents should brush their children’s teeth for them.
Following advice from experts, the college states that parents should supervise or even brush their children's teeth until the age of 14, when their adult teeth are fully formed.
The recommendation from the Royal College of Surgeons was made in response to alarming levels of tooth decay being reported in children, with dental problems being the most common reason for hospital admissions among five to nine year olds in England.
Would you brush your child’s teeth up to the age of 14 – or more importantly do you think they would actually allow you to?
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