How to protect our children’s teeth?

In general, the appearance of the lower jaw teeth usually progresses from one to four months.
Sometimes the child is born with a temporary mouth in his mouth that sometimes causes pain for the nursing mother, then the dentist must be reviewed, and the review must be done periodically, starting from the age of two and a half years, so that the doctor can monitor well all developments in the mouth and jaws until he reaches 13 years It is the time of the end of the fall of the primary teeth naturally.

The first tooth that appears in the mouth is usually the lower temporal fold, in a median manner that is carried out in the middle of the eighth month of the child’s age, knowing that the time of the appearance of the teeth in the mouth is not of great importance unless his delinquency from the normal range is significant.

During this stage, the dentist can know whether the oral and maxillary position is normal.
Or that there is any possibility of some dental jaw distortions.

 How do we protect our children's teeth?
Therefore, the dentist must be visited in order to be able to control this situation easily, but if the case is discovered late, then the orthodontic treatment is difficult and the success rate in it is reduced and we have to resort to the accompanying surgical treatment in addition to that it needs a great time and a greater financial cost. 

Parents are supposed to be fully aware that the time for the appearance and fall of milk teeth cannot be determined by the day and month, but rather there is a difference between one child and another at the time of the emergence and fall of those teeth.

And if this difference is not in excess of the natural limit known by the parents through their medical culture or through the family’s dentist, there is no cause for concern at all.
For example, the appearance of the deciduous teeth of a 6-month-old baby is normal and also the appearance of another 9-month-old baby. It is also normal.

 What is normal for a child can be unnatural for another of the same age.
After the completion of the emergence of temporary teeth, parents usually notice the presence of spaces or voids between the front teeth, and the note is often a good indication that the teeth behind are permanent. (These are the teeth that follow the temporary teeth) will naturally settle in place more than if the temporary teeth were compact.
The reason for this is because the permanent tooth is larger than the temporary and these voids will be occupied later by the permanent teeth.

The appearance of permanent teeth begins between 5 – 6 years, and usually ends in 13 years, except for wisdom teeth, whose appearance varies greatly from person to person.

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