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7 major precautions for children's dental changes

7 major precautions for children's dental changes

2023-05-06

Note 1: Whether the deciduous teeth are stranded or lost early

The deciduous teeth have a certain period of time and order. The symptoms that should be removed and not falling are called deciduous dental retention. The consequences are often that permanent teeth cannot sprout in a normal position.

Most children started to change their teeth at the age of five or six, and some of them started from the age of 4, and individual children would lose their first deciduous teeth until they were 7 years old. The fall of the teeth usually starts from the two front teeth below, and then the two front teeth above.

The more common phenomenon is that the front permanent teeth grow on the inner side of the deciduous teeth, and the permanent teeth grow on the outside of the deciduous teeth, which looks like double -layer teeth. In this case, parents should take their children to the hospital as soon as possible to remove the stranded deciduous teeth to free up the position, which is conducive to the germination of permanent teeth.

If the deciduous teeth should fall off before they should fall off, it is called premature deciduous loses. Often, the neighboring teeth on both sides tilted to the lack of tooth, causing the lack of teeth to become smaller. At this time, we should wear a lack of gap at the deciduous gap to prevent the teeth on both sides from tilting to keep the permanent teeth.


Note 2: Is there any difficulty in the permanent teeth?

The deciduous teeth fall off prematurely, and the child is used to chewing and licking with the tooth bed. The tooth bed will become thick, hindering the eruption of permanent teeth. Therefore, if the child has reached the age of the teeth and the permanent teeth do not grow, they should take the child to the hospital for examination in time to obtain the help of a doctor. Calcium deficiency in children is also an important reason for the delay of permanent teeth. Parents should timely supplement their children in time.

Before changing the teeth, the permanent teeth sprouted from the lower or inside of the deciduous teeth. The germination of the permanent teeth is the size of the adult teeth. It is normal for mild crowded and reversing. Qi, as long as it is not anti -teeth (that is, the earth), generally do not have to be corrected, but it must be observed on a regular basis, and it should not be more than half a year. If the deciduous teeth are still not arranged after completely replacement, you should go to the doctor in time to avoid delay treatment and cause correction difficulties.


Note 3: Special protective children's first constant molar growing at about 6 years old

The first constant molars that the child sprung up, which is the six -year -old teeth. If this teeth fall, it will not grow.

The six -year -old teeth have the role of positioning and high -level growth of the child's maxillofacial area. It has an impact on other teeth. It has an impact or not, and it can benefit it in the end. However, because the new germinated tooth surface is insufficient, the acid resistance is poor, and it is prone to caries. Within one year after the emergence of Xinheng's teeth, parents should take their children to the hospital for closure in time. Closing of ditch is the most economical and effective way to prevent dental caries.


Note 4: Correct the bad habits of your child

During the change of the teeth, the deciduous teeth coexist with the permanent teeth, and the permanent teeth have just sprung up, especially as the "six -year -old teeth" of the "critical occlusion". They have large volume and many bite facial nests. Frequent caries are often prone to caries. While the child is closed in time, it is also necessary to teach the children to brush their teeth correctly. When the tooth change period, when the deciduous teeth are about to fall off, children's common habit of licking the loose teeth with the tongue is a bad habit that will affect the normal eruption of permanent teeth and should be corrected in time.


Note 5: Tooth dislocation bite will affect the appearance

Children are changing their teeth, their teeth are replacing, and the jaw is developing, and the occlusion relationship is gradually established. Sometimes temporary dislocation occlusion occurs. During the development of the teeth, it can often be adjusted to return to normal. Some dislocations, if the upper lip and lip position is too low, the gap between the front tooth is too large and cannot be adjusted by itself, which will affect the development of the face. It should be used to the hospital for treatment, otherwise it will affect the child's appearance.


Note 6: Treatment of milk grinding dental caries

The tooth changing period is prone to caries. If the dental caries cause the root cause, it can affect the growth of the continuous permanent teeth. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to the timely treatment and prevention of milk grinding dental caries. You must not have the wrong concept of "deciduous teeth sooner or later, if you don't have to treat". Therefore, the child must be treated in time with tooth decay.


Note 7: When changing your teeth, you should eat more chewy foods

The main function of the teeth is to chew food. Chewing food can promote the growth and development of deciduous teeth, and naturally absorb and fall off. Some parents think that eating fine, thin, and soft foods when they change their teeth to protect the newly sprouting permanent teeth. As everyone knows, if you eat soft food, children eat too delicately, but they will not give full play to the physiological stimulus of teeth. As a result, the development of the maxillary bone leads to the "place" of the deciduous teeth, forcing the permanent teeth to grow from the tongue or lips of the deciduous teeth to form a "double -layer teeth".


Therefore, with the age of children, children should eat more chewy foods to maintain a good stimulating effect on deciduous teeth and promote deciduous teeth off on time. When the child's incisor and the rear molars have sprung up, they can add some foods such as celery, corn, apple, etc., so that the teeth are completed smoothly, so that the child has a healthy and neat teeth.

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