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Baby teeth - healthy baby teeth
Children's teeth (baby teeth) are exposed to many problems, most notably decay or fracture. Therefore, this stage requires attention and periodic follow-up of the condition of the teeth in order to remedy and treat any problem at the beginning.
The Dent Care Clinic provides a periodic follow-up service for children's teeth to treat any problems first-hand to protect them from decay or deviation. In this article, we learn together about the causes of children's teeth decay and how to maintain and care for them.
deciduous teeth
The deciduous teeth are the first set of teeth that appear in the child, and they consist of 20 teeth that begin to appear at the age of 6 months. The deciduous teeth are called by several names:
Children's teeth.
Fallen teeth.
Primary teeth.
milk teeth.
Temporary teeth.
Stages of the emergence of children's teeth
The stages of the emergence of children's teeth are divided into three stages
The first stage (milk teeth): It begins to appear from the beginning of the age of 6 months to 6 years.
The second stage (the mixed stage): It is the stage of completion of the molars and the loss of some teeth, and it starts from the age of 6 years to 12 years.
The third stage (permanent teeth): permanent teeth begin to appear from the age of 12 years and last until the end.
The importance of children's dental health
Taking care of milk teeth is not considered a luxury or a secondary matter, but it is a necessity necessitated by the importance of the safety of milk teeth, which is represented in:
Helping children in the process of chewing well.
Improve pronunciation and correct letters.
Improve the child's appearance when smiling, which gives him self-confidence.
Common problems of children's teeth
Children's teeth are exposed to many problems that affect the health and shape of their teeth, and the most common of these problems are:
tooth decay
It is one of the most common problems facing children's teeth. Children's tooth decay is not only caused by eating sweets, but also occurs during the breastfeeding period, especially if the child continues to breastfeed at night.
Oral infections
Infections occur as a result of not taking care of oral hygiene daily, and the spread of microbes.
Tooth discoloration
In this case, the natural color of the teeth changes to black, due to increased pigmentation of the teeth.
In this case, you must go to the Dent Care clinic to quickly treat the matter.
Erosion and weakness of the teeth
This is due to the frequent intake of sweets and excessive drinking of soft drinks, which leads to cracking of the tooth enamel and thus erosion of the teeth.
Dent Care Clinic offers you ways to prevent problems facing children's teeth
The Dent Care Clinic offers some instructions that must be adhered to in order to maintain the health of children's milk teeth, which are:
Maintain daily dental hygiene with a milk toothbrush.
Eat more healthy foods rich in fiber and minerals to strengthen tooth enamel.
Prevent children from eating sweets a lot.
Avoid children drinking soft drinks.
The mother's keenness to ensure that the child finishes feeding and brushes his teeth.
Contact Dent Care Clinic
Dentcare Clinic provides an outstanding level of service to take care of your children's teeth, thanks to:
Outstanding medical staff.
Tools and materials used.
Attention to the psychological aspect of the child during his presence in the clinic
Providing play areas inside the clinic so that the child can get rid of his fear of the dentist.
Relying on the latest technology to treat dental problems without pain.
To preserve your child's teeth and resist any problem he is exposed to, you can visit our website to view the services provided by the Dent Care Clinic for children's dental care and to enjoy the advantages offered by the clinic.

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