The tip sheet provides oral health best practices for infants, toddlers, and young children. Review information on how to handle basic oral health emergencies.
Children can injure their mouths when they fall, trip, climb, or run with something in their mouth. Learn about what to do if a child injures their mouth.
Most oral injuries happen when young children are learning to walk, and the top front teeth are injured most often. Learn what to do for common oral injuries.
This issue provides an overview of child abuse and describes oral health signs of physical and sexual abuse. It also highlights resources that are available to help staff support children and families.