Baby's First Dental Visit by its First Birthday

4 Steps to Baby Your Baby's Teeth​


  1. Brush your child's teeth after feeding and at bedtime
  2. Prevent tooth decay - don't share foods, forks, spoons, or toothbrushes - don't put your baby to bed with a bottle or overuse sippy cups
  3. Make sure your child has fluoride in toothpaste, water or from the doctor
  4. Feed your child healthy foods like cheese, yogurt, peanut butter, vegetables, and milk

For additional information regarding your child's oral health, please call: 

Your child's dentist
or doctor

Mott Children's Health
Center, Department of
Pediatric dentistry
810 768-7583

Hamilton Community
Health Network
810 789-9141

Genesee District
Dental Society
(810) 237-7580

A select Group of Genesee District Dental Society Dentists have agreed to volunteer their talent
& expertise to offer FREE Dental Exams for 1 year olds.In addition to these free exams, please 
take time to learn about your child's oral health from our free online guide.


Baby Teeth are Important for
Chewing - Speaking - Spacing of Permanent Teeth & Overall Health

Practices Offering Baby Exams

Click here for a list of Genesee area practices that do baby exams.​​​​​​​ (PDF Reader Required)