02 Jan

People produce two types of dental kits throughout their lives. The first set is milk teeth, the second and last set are permanent teeth.


Teething, which is the protrusion of teeth from the gums, can be a painful process. Symptoms include the discharge of water from the baby’s mouth, and sometimes dryness in the decembers and cheeks.


While the teeth are coming out, your baby may want to gnaw some objects.

Chewing a piece of cold food with cold objects numbs the gums and relieves the itching and pain associated with teething. Because of this pain, your child’s sleep can be divided and become moody all day long.

The average daily body temperature can gradually rise to 37.7 degrees, starting 3 days before teething.


Teething can cause low-grade fever, restlessness, short-term decreased appetite, sucking fingers, drooling, and itching in the gums. Normal children may not have teeth removed until 12 months or later. In general, the teeth of girls’ babies come out earlier than boys’.


Delayed teething can be delayed in a number of diseases, such as hormonal disorders, hypothyroidism, Down syndrome, and rickets.


Dental caries is the most important dental health problem for babies. Decays are caused by bacteria that manage to get into the mouth of every child between the ages of 1 and 3 years. A lot of carious women are more likely than children to have carious teeth.


To prevent tooth decay; you should start preventing caries before removing your first tooth. To avoid bruises on the bottle, do not let your child sleep with the bottle in his mouth. Plaque can form on the gums even before your child’s teeth come out of the gums.

To get rid of plaque, wipe the jul with a clean cloth or gauze after eating. When the teeth come out, brush your teeth with soft baby brushes and start using very little (up to chickpea grain) toothpaste after the first year.

Fluoride contained in the water supply network ensures the prevention of caries; but its excess can cause stains on the teeth. Consult your child’s doctor if there is no fluoride in your water supply or if you use bottled or filtered water.


Some rare conditions can cause soft teeth that increase the sensitivity of tooth decay. But tooth decay is more often caused by bacteria that cause decay, excessive consumption of sugary foods, and the presence of cracks in the teeth that cause food residues to accumulate.


Milk teeth replace permanent teeth, and their loss as a result of caries or injury can lead to problems. Brush and floss your child’s teeth about half an hour before bedtime.

As bedtime approaches, your baby may whine about brushing his teeth. Before going to bed, especially at night, brush your children’s teeth regularly until the children start brushing their teeth themselves (usually my shoes coincide with the period when they can tie them up).


Before you take your child to the dentist for the first time, tell him what can happen. Explain to your child that the dentist will check the teeth and gums by talking about the teeth and then looking at your mouth.

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