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Visit the Delta Dental Risk Assessment Tool to examine common risk indicators and provide custom feedback to help you maintain a healthy smile.

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Did You Know?

Rinse your toothbrush after brushing to remove food debris. Store it so it can air dry. And replace it every 3 to 4 months. Frayed bristles don't clean as well. 

Infant/Toddler
Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Conditions such as cleft lip and palate and exposure to secondhand smoke can affect a child's oral health.
Child
Tooth Decay or Cavities
Tooth decay among young children is on the rise. Dental sealants act as a barrier to prevent cavities.
Adolescent
Oral Habits
Avoid common dental problems with good daily oral hygiene. Regular dental check-ups and a healthy lifestyle will also help.
Young Adult
Periodontal (Gum) Disease
Genetics play a role in your risk for gum disease. However, good oral hygiene habits will help provide the best chance for good oral health.
Adult
Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Certain medical conditions such as bulimia and GERD can affect a person's oral health. Learn more about these conditions and others in this section.
Older Adult
Oral Conditions
Conditions such as dry socket and infection of the salivary glands can be painful and uncomfortable. Learn more about these conditions and more in this section.
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