Baby teeth need care, too.
Take your child to the dentist by age 1.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child should go to the dentist within six months of getting the first tooth – and no later than the first birthday. An early visit to the dentist can set the foundation for a lifetime of great oral health.
To learn more, click here for great information on starting your child's oral health the right way.
About Delta Dental
Since 1954, Delta Dental has been working to improve oral health and hygiene by emphasizing preventive care, because we believe that everyone deserves to enjoy a healthy smile.
Delta Dental Plans Association is a not-for-profit organization with some for-profit affiliates as member companies. Through our 39 independent member companies, we offer national dental coverage – administering programs and reporting systems that provide groups and individuals with quality, cost-effective dental benefits and superior customer service.
As America's largest and most trusted dental benefits carrier, we cover more Americans than any other dental benefits provider – and strive daily to make dental coverage more accessible and affordable to a wide variety of employers, groups and individuals.
To learn more about Delta Dental, visit our homepage at deltadental.com.