There is a rise in the rate of tooth decay in young children in the past 2 decades. While parents are well informed on how important it is to for their child to see a pediatrician regularly, dental guidelines are oftentimes forgotten. Because of this, alongside several other reasons, chiltooth decay has reached epidemic proportions with 60% of children aging 5 having at least one cavity. ECC or Early Childhood Carries (a rapid form of decay) is the most common chronic childhood disease in the United States. How can parents prevent childhood cavities and save their children from the pain a toothache will bring?