One of the most important days of our lives is the day we saw the first tooth of our baby. First we are very happy to understand why we are constantly crying or water flowing through the mouth. But we will not know what to look after.
First comes the front incisors. Some children have their teeth late and some of them go early. This has no medical significance. Early teeth can be easily decomposed as they come into contact with the external environment.
In order to alleviate the symptoms of tooth removal, it is appropriate to wipe the baby's mouth with a gauze and give it to the hands of the objects that can be bitten 3-4 times a day. These drugs applied to the gums show numbing effect.
Milk teeth can stay in the mouth until the age of 12. Unripe milk teeth provide a healthy environment for permanent teeth. When the baby passes into solid food, it helps to digest food.
Placeholders may be needed to protect the cavity if the milk is pulled instead of filling. Your dentist will warn you and inform you. If the milk tooth is infected, the lower tooth will affect it.
Children can't clean their mouths enough. That is why you are responsible for keeping your child's mouth clean as parents. Thus, you and your child will gain habit over time.
After 4 months, as soon as the teeth last in the mouth, they should be cleaned after breakfast and before bedtime. You need your help to brush 2 times a day until 5 years old. Brush the teeth with a small headed, straight-handled, flat and soft bristle brush. The tongue surface should also be brushed. The electric toothbrush performs more effective cleaning than the toothbrushes when used correctly.
Many parents take an electric toothbrush, hoping their children will use it. But after a few days, they are obsolete for the child. We'll deceive ourselves.
Parents create the habits of their children. Your knowledge will help your child to have a healthy smile.