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Each piece has a key role in digestion, if we lose a tooth or sick the rest of the teeth is not working properly. Therefore we must take great care.
During the life we ??have two types of teeth: the temporal also known as milk teeth and permanent.
The temporary denture is formed of 20 pieces that begin to emerge more or less at 8 months (varies for each child) and subsequently fall between 6 and 11 years or less, leaving the final.
This change of teeth is caused because the permanent teeth have been forming in the gums, on each of the teeth and in doing so will wear the roots of the teeth, until these parts are no longer as the gum stop and fall. This process is not only annoying and painful and leaves space for a while in the mouth, while the permanent tooth falls.
The permanent teeth, has 32 pieces, it is important to take care and keep for a lifetime.
The teeth are perfectly designed to fulfill its function, some cut, some tearing and other crushed and ground and by function and location in the teeth, are divided into incisors, canines, premolars and molars.
- The teeth incisors , are front and center in our mouth. Are flat and thin, but very sharp, because they serve to cut food. Both the temporary teeth and in permanent incisors are 8 and have a single root. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve talked on other occasions of the need to maintain good dental health from the first tooth. Task that in many cases, is usually delayed until the consolidation of total and permanent teeth, ignoring the importance of milk teeth are in their later development. We need to keep a careful dental hygiene just as you do with any other part of your body.
To do exist in the market, depending on age and progress in the dentition, different types of toothbrushes that will help us care, while teaching and create a habit, a healthy and necessary task that will accompany the rest of his days. Composed of special features that are tailored to children’s tastes and their own biological needs.
After four months is when the baby starts to feed with baby food , introduced into their diet and other items to a greater or lesser extent can be ‘dirty’ their gums. Although it does not have blunt teeth on the market a silicone teethers help in this task. The same will help us when, about six months, begin to sprout their first teeth.
Gradually we will introduce what are the brushes ‘training’ . They must have a non-slip handle, the head very soft padding and filaments do not damage the gums. A couple of times a day, after meals and especially before bedtime, is a good habit that never left.
About two years and must have completed all the mouth which we can introduce the toothpaste, yes, always taking care not to ingest it and teaching them to use it correctly. The brush in these cases should be small, with ergonomic handle, the soft bristles and a small head that allows you to reach all corners.
It is from 6 to 7 years old when, in exchange for baby teeth to the final , we have to look for other brushes which by their size and strength, help them to continue caring for their teeth properly.
Poor training and placement of the teeth is due mainly to hereditary problems or bad habits in employees during childhood and formative stage of permanent teeth.
When you visit the dentist regularly, it tells you if you need any treatment to correct your teeth and sends you to go to an orthodontist.
Orthodontics specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial abnormalities. Treatment involves control of corrective appliances, such as brakes to straighten teeth, lips and jaws. The specialist diagnosed Why should you use for your teeth.
Brakes correct the alignment of your teeth by applying continuous pressure on them, which eventually moved to a better position. A retainer also applies pressure to your teeth, and can be used to hold your teeth in a final position.
The time you have braces is determined depending on each person, there is no stipulated time. But most people wear braces for 1 to 3 years. It is important that you always check your teeth with the dentist, as the orthodontist only works with devices and does not review dental caries or cleaning.
Milk Teeth in Children
White small, strong and beautiful, that’s timely and simple, is how we describe the milk teeth in children.
While it is true that when a baby is born any discovery is cause for celebration, when he released his first tooth, parents feel even more proud.
These teeth are used for children to learn to chew and eat solid food and also to achieve pronouncing words.
In addition, throughout the history the eruption of this small piece has served to fuel one of the most famous stories in history, the Tooth Fairy. That was a rodent that has lasted more than 200 years after the children move teeth and your teeth will change money or other gift left under her pillow. Read the rest of this entry »
An optimal position of the teeth is important not only for aesthetic reasons – a malposition can lead to all sorts of damages, such as speech problems, pain and tension in the jaw and facial muscles, disorders of the digestive tract and cause tinnitus or discomfort in the cervical spine.
About 50% of the malocclusions in children and adolescents are genetic, while the rest of misaligned teeth and crooked teeth caused by wrong habits like thumb sucking permanent, long-term pacifier use, or have constant mouth breathing.
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HEALTH AND GOOD FOOD
To keep the teeth as it is essential to healthy eating. You should eat fruits, vegetables, milk and derivatives, and products rich in vitamins and minerals. The gum, candy, candy, cookies, chocolates, bunnies and soft drinks are completely contraindicated. Not only because they help the development of caries, also spoil your appetite and are unhealthy. Nuts, grapes. prunes and figs can be good substitutes for candy.
There are babies born with a little tooth, but this is not the most normal. Generally, the first tooth does not emerge until the sixth month of life. This is usually near the bottom jaw while each child has their own pace of dentition.
The discomfort if often common to all children. To calm them can rub the gums with gauze soaked in warm chamomile give a gentle massage. You can also offer some of the little biters they sell at pharmacies. I can c? serves, provided they carry no sugar