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These include: 1. Reducing the mother’s/primary caregiver’s/sibling(s) MS levels (ideally during the prenatal period) to decrease transmission of cariogenic bacteria. 2. Minimizing saliva-sharing activities (eg, sharing utensils) between an infant or toddler and his family/cohorts. 3. Implementing oral hygiene measures no later than the time of eruption of the first primary tooth. • If an infant falls asleep while feeding, the teeth should be cleaned before placing the child in bed. • Toothbrushing of all dentate children should be per formed twice daily with a fluoridated toothpaste and a soft, age-appropriate sized toothbrush.
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