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M’T teeth appointments prevention for children and adolescents
for your children do not have a toothache and know to care every day, health insurance and dentists have created M’T teeth, go to prevent free to do at 6, 9, 12, 15 and 18. Appointments prevention to 6, 9, 12, 15 and 18 Because their dental health depends on it, your children should learn as soon as possible good habits (brushing, food, …) and get used to regularly visit a dentist. Problems identified early are easier to treat. You avoid their care and heavier and more expensive. Therefore appointments prevention are in place at an early age they begin to age 6 years and are to be performed every 3 years.
Five key steps
6 years, 9, 12, 15, 18 are the ages most at risk of caries. At each of these ages, it is important to make a dental examination.
> 6 years is the age of first permanent molar, the tooth most exposed to caries.
> 9 years, the teeth and permanent teeth “live”, brushing is more difficult: it is the gateway to cavities!
> 12 years, completes the teeth into place, but the enamel is still fragile.
> 15 years, entry into adolescence: a time when we are often less sensitive to the rules of oral hygiene. Then there is the temptation of tobacco that attacks the teeth enamel and precious. Read the rest of this entry »
This time we will talk about teeth. Let’s start by mentioning that nutrition is not only responsible for providing energy to the body but is also a key factor in dental healthand good nutrition is that we can prevent disease in the teeth and gums.
If you want to maintain healthy teeth, you should avoid if possible as sweets and sugars are the main causes of tooth decay. On the other hand, we find proteins that are great allies for the maintenance of a luxury teeth. For example, low intake of protein in an infant can delay the appearance of the teeth. Moreover, if we do not get the proteinneeded cavities may also occur. To strengthen the teeth we should consume foods high in calcium and vitamin D and fluoride. In the specific case of fluorine, it is responsible to harden the enamel of our teeth.
Leave aside the issue of food and focus on toothaches, perhaps one of the worst pains a person can suffer. The physical discomfort of the teeth can become a torment. The first thing to do if you feel a swelling of the tooth, is to go immediately to the dentist so you can save the tooth inflamed through a technique called pulpotomy. In the case no longer has anything to do as the root of the tooth has been affected, remove wheel is best. The best thing to prevent the swelling of a toothache is to place a bag of ice for the first symptoms of pain, in addition to medical mouthwashes.
We give you a natural technique to relieve toothache.
You need: water, salt, ice, tomato plant acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)
• Boil a cup of water with two tablespoons of salt. Soak a cloth in the infusion and Clip it on your face at high temperature to resist.
• If the above does not work, alternating hot and cold packs.
• If you have at hand a tomato plant, boil some leaves and make the water rinses of the infusion as hot as tolerated.
• If a pharmacy close to open, buy a bottle of liquid analgesic and apply a small amount with a cotton until you get your dentist treats you.
• You can place a piece of aspirin on the tooth affected, cover with cotton, and get temporary relief.
Do not self-medicate or take any kind of pain that has not been prescribed by a specialist.
Visit as soon as possible to your dentist, because pain is a warning about a possible infection or a major dental problem.
In case of toothache, Didier Le Bail, naturopath in Paris, explains how to get relief through natural remedies. However, this advice does not relieve a visit to the dentist as soon as possible to determine the cause of the pain!
“I have a cavity I quickly seek treatment. Recently, my teeth became very sensitive. What can I do until my appointment with the dentist? ”
In Stage 1 of the cavities, no pain: only the enamel is achieved.
In Stage 2 of the cavity, the dentin underneath the enamel is in turn affected. Result: the onset of sensitivity to heat, cold and sweet.
In Stage 3, it was the turn of the pulp (tooth nerve) to be reached. Result: a nice toothache! The risk of tooth abscess is not far. Read the rest of this entry »