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When your child turns three years old, usually have all their baby teeth, though not always the case and this delay in the teeth may be influenced by several variables. Sometimes it can take up to 18 months before the first tooth baby, even if it does not at that time, will be important to see your doctor.
The delay in the appearance of baby teeth can be inherited from both sides of the family, therefore, if one of the parents began with late teething as a baby, it is expected that your child may suffer delayed output teeth.
The effects of delayed dentition for young children, can lead to nutritional deficiencies and problems have aesthetic and functional spaces related to the absence of teeth can make eating and talking difficult. Read the rest of this entry »
Although the first teeth of your baby may appear between the three and twelve months, the average times the teeth erupt are generally seven months.
However, teething symptoms can appear within two to three months before the first tooth, the severity varies from one child to another, but you may notice the following symptoms:
- ● Excessive drooling, which you can find on shirts baby, so you should put a bib to keep you comfortable and clean, and try to gently clean the chin, to prevent cracks in the skin. It can also cause a slight cough or even trigger nausea.
Usually parents for the arrival of the first tooth is quite a big event and the most anticipated many times, as this means that the growth of our baby is right and is becoming larger.
The little teeth of the baby usually start out around 5 months, the lower central incisors are usually the first to go, followed by four to eight weeks, after the four upper incisors (central and lateral) and about a month later the other two lower incisors. Then the first molars usually come out followed by the canines. Read the rest of this entry »
One mistake we often make is adults think that, as babies are small, there is no way suffering complications typical of an adult tooth for example. However, this is something real that can affect our children from an early age if not taken proper care.
It is therefore necessary to sanitize your mouth properly and accordingly to their stage and prevent cavities with eating habits. Remember that, although it seems complicated, if well cemented the foundations in education and habits in our children from a very young, all activities which could have cost us some work, for them they will be natural.
Oral hygiene in children:
A key point to prevent tooth decay in children is correct oral hygiene: the mouth care of our children must be started from a very early stage and continue as a recurring habit. Read the rest of this entry »
Surely we all agree that good habits is preferable to acquiring them as soon as possible, especially at an early age, as you will always remember and practice them almost without thinking. One of these habits is important to create in our children is to maintain a good oral hygiene and the miami dental sedation can help to enlarge cooperation and reduce the anxiety with dental treatment. Various medicines can be utilized to sedate a child.
Without a doubt, children tend to imitate what they see in their parents and the environment so if we take care of our oral health, children will see it as something normal and will do daily. So that to the children call the attention to take care of their teeth we should give to this habit an amusement, choosing, for example, a brush of original teeth of colors or with forms that like our children. Read the rest of this entry »
Regularly the teeth of babies when they start coming out from 5 months to 6 months of age, but start cleaning your baby’s mouth when you have a few days old. Use gauze or a damp cloth to rub the gums after feeding, as it is very effective in these cases.
In the U.S. approximately 17% of children between two and four years had caries, the most common being the lack of teeth cleaning. Parents should remember that the teeth of milk are not immune to attack by decay.
As mentioned earlier, the areas where the baby still has teeth should be cleaned with gauze yet. But when the baby has his little teeth, brushing should be circular, with movements that touch the gums and little teeth, inside and out. Toothpaste is not recommended, because the baby tends to swallow the paste, which promotes the appearance of stains on teeth. Read the rest of this entry »
The output of the teeth is temporal part of a slow process that is linked with the development of craniofacial structures of babies.
Typically, the first teeth that come out are the lower central incisors; usually appear between five and eight months. It may happen that children do not have any teeth until they are one year, which does not mean they have any health problem.
There is no fixed timetable for which have teeth, this depends on the growth of the child. You can link with the family genetic inheritance, if the parents had a late dentition, also children have. Read the rest of this entry »
While the little ones teething in a fairly predictable order, the ages at which the first molars are varied. The first baby tooth will almost certainty one of the front incisors, had begun to appear shortly before their first year of life.
In several cases, mothers often worry if the teeth are slow to emerge, but it can happen, and probably the baby does not come out any teeth until five or six months. It is not unusual for the inconvenience begin before four months.
With the first teeth, you should remember that babies do not chew, but bite. Thus, the boys begin to chew gum and learn to use them to eat well before they have left molars. So it is extremely important that you give your baby foods that can chew, as some pieces of fruit light and does not last, or some scratched. Read the rest of this entry »
For over five decades, dentists recommend the use of fluoride for dental care for adults and especially children. Its regular use increases the resistance of enamel remineralization favors and has an important antibacterial action.
The benefits of fluoride are multiplied if applied in young children because their teeth are still in process of formation.
Fluoride can be administered systemically (in drops) or topically, such as mouthwash and toothpaste. During tooth formation systemic fluoride is incorporated into the crystalline structure of enamel and leads to the formation of fluorapatite and fluoride hydroxyapatite, which makes the enamel more resistant to demineralization. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the main causes of bad breath in children is due to the presence of traces of food between his little teeth, they themselves become a breeding ground for bacteria in the mouth, which are fermented and that often leads to bad breath and they may eventually lead to plaque and cavities.
In small halitosis usually due to an infection in his gums is called gingivitis or on as tonsils, also tends to occur when there is an increase of acetone. Unlike adults in the early years of a child does not usually given the bad breath stomach or liver problems. Read the rest of this entry »