Posts Tagged ‘baby teeth’
Your baby has grown a lot in recent months has taken note of that has been gaining kilos and notes the small lugs that make many of her clothes no longer fit. You feel alone, crawl and make their pranks here and there, making you to become an expert photographer to immortalize their grimaces and progress.
You sense that it is almost to the appearance of the first tooth, so today it gives you information about this special time for you and your baby.
Symptoms of the first teeth
Maybe your baby through the teething without any problems or discomfort, but not always happens. Sometimes unfortunately can be a painful and protracted process. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Sometimes you may realize that the teeth of your children are yellowish and do not know why. The main reason to see this color, or until they look orange is because they have not been carefully cleaned for a long time and have developed a layer of plaque that has been colored by the residues food.
It is usually possible to remove these stains by washing the teeth of your child thoroughly with a bit of toothpaste for adults, with more cleaning power than that of children, or with a little baking soda and water. If this fails, your dentist may make these patches disappear with a professional brush. Know that these spots do not mean that your child’s teeth have cavities, but leave this plaque from the teeth can cause gingivitis. Read the rest of this entry »
Between the 6th and 8th month of life the baby’s first teeth start to push the incisors. Generally, the thrust of the first teeth is accompanied by pain. How to help baby to pass this test?
How do I know that baby is suffering from teething?
Towards the sixth month, the first teeth baby begins to grow even if you can not even see the surface of the gums. As baby does not talk yet, you can not express the pain that often accompanies his teething, too, it is your responsibility to recognize that time. When baby cries for no apparent reason, he has trouble sleeping or you feel he has a temperature, it is highly expected to be his first teeth in some cases, and these symptoms are accompanied by a slight fever and / or diarrhea. However, if the discomfort persists and that baby is crying more, consult a pediatrician who will confirm if this is really a teething or some other illness. Read the rest of this entry »
One thing that mothers do not want to do is take their tiny see a dentist. It tears their hearts to see their baby being abducted a tooth … and also have a toothache. What then?
About six months, the child’s teeth begin to appear, usually below the gums. Until the age of three, he will in all twenty. But as soon as teeth appear, here is the right thing to do: the evening before bedtime your child, take a cotton swab and gently wipe the inside of his mouth to prevent leftover food from sticking to teeth. Read the rest of this entry »
Healthy teeth – an important prerequisite for the subsequent health of the teeth. With proper care and nutrition teeth and gums stay healthy from the start ! Breastfeed your child if possible, in the first four to six months of life. Your child will receive everything needed to grow and thereby to ward off diseases.
The milk is food and drink at the same time. Additional fluid is usually not necessary. Only in extreme heat or febrile diseases you can give your baby a little water, for example with the teaspoon. Give your child no plastic bottle to the constant “self” with her in the bed or in the stroller. Any sweet liquid is the constant sucking bad for the teeth : Fruit and vegetable juices, diluted or even sweetened tea. Constant sucking causes babies bottles, tooth decay. Read the rest of this entry »
When the teeth erupt a baby, this is not a very pleasant experience. After all, it is understandable that acute instruments, for grinding, which pierce the gums gradually make cranky. So what can parents do to make the process more bearable?
To soothe the infant is teething, give him a teething ring. Ideally, it should be cold. Make sure that you purchase is listed as the government erected teethers safe.
Teething commonly causes irritability and crying babies, but parents also attribute it, and wrongly, other symptoms such as diarrhea or a rise in temperature. The health care professionals have not established a connection between teething and one of these symptoms, so if they occur in your child, consult a doctor. Read the rest of this entry »