When does your child’s dental work begin?

Health and Science reporter Emily Koehn looks at the dental work that can begin before the age of 2.

The work of teeth, gums and other dental implants may begin before you reach the age that most children have been given dental implants.

But not all children can begin this work by age 2, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that the average age at which children begin dental work is 3 years.

But if you’re like many families, the age you begin this kind of work is much older.

Experts say children can be treated and trained to complete the dental implant program as early as 6 months.

It is important to note that dental work for children is not necessarily required or recommended by a dental professional.

The work can include cutting, polishing, filling, removing and filling out the teeth, the CDC says.

The most important thing you can do to begin the work of dentistry is not to delay your child because you have concerns or questions.

Ask your pediatrician or dentist if you can have a dentist do the work.

If you’re unsure, talk to your dentist and ask him or her for advice.

If there are other concerns, ask your doctor or dentist about a specific treatment option that is more suitable for your child.

The CDC says that people who start the work at a younger age may need more training.

But you should also consider that this work can be done in a child’s own home.