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One of the most common misconceptions about milk teeth is that they are irrelevant to the child’s future oral health. Primary teeth or what we normally say milk teeth, begin to appear around six months and can remain until a child is 13 or 14. Even though they will eventually be replaced by the permanent adult teeth, milk teeth are very important and should be well looked after. Milk teeth help children eat well, speak clearly and allow permanent teeth to grow in properly. . Thee major functions of milk teeth are described below: *Speech production and development – Learning to speak clearly is crucial for cognitive, social, and emotional development. The proper positioning of milk teeth facilitates correct syllable pronunciation and prevents the tongue from straying during speech formation. *Eating and nutrition – Children with malformed or severely decayed milk teeth are more likely to experience dietary deficiencies, and to be underweight. Proper chewing motions are acquired over time and with extensive practice. Healthy milk teeth promote good chewing habits and facilitate nutritious eating. *Self-confidence – Even very young children can be quick to point out ugly teeth and crooked smiles. Taking good care of milk teeth can make social interactions more pleasant, reduce the risk of bad breath, and promote confident smiles and positive social interactions. *Straighter smiles – One of the major functions of primary teeth is to hold an appropriate amount of space for developing adult teeth. In addition, these spacers facilitate the proper alignment of adult teeth and also promote jaw development. Left untreated, missing primary teeth cause the remaining teeth to “shift” and fill spaces improperly. For this reason, dentists often recommend space-maintaining devices. *Excellent oral health – Badly decayed primary teeth can promote the onset of childhood periodontal disease. As a result of this condition, oral bacteria invade and erode gums, ligaments, and eventually bone. If left untreated, primary teeth can drop out completely – causing health and spacing problems for emerging permanent teeth. To avoid periodontal disease, children should practice an adult-guided oral care routine each day, and infant gums should be rubbed gently with a clean, damp cloth after meals.
One of the most common misconceptions about milk teeth is that they are irrelevant to the child’s future oral health. Primary teeth or what we normally say milk teeth, begin to appear around six months and can remain until a child is 13 or 14. Even though they will eventually be replaced by the permanent adult teeth, milk teeth are very important and should be well looked after. Milk teeth help children eat well, speak clearly and allow permanent teeth to grow in properly. . Thee major functions of milk teeth are described below: *Speech production and development – Learning to speak clearly is crucial for cognitive, social, and emotional development. The proper positioning of milk teeth facilitates correct syllable pronunciation and prevents the tongue from straying during speech formation. *Eating and nutrition – Children with malformed or severely decayed milk teeth are more likely to experience dietary deficiencies, and to be underweight. Proper chewing motions are acquired over time and with extensive practice. Healthy milk teeth promote good chewing habits and facilitate nutritious eating. *Self-confidence – Even very young children can be quick to point out ugly teeth and crooked smiles. Taking good care of milk teeth can make social interactions more pleasant, reduce the risk of bad breath, and promote confident smiles and positive social interactions. *Straighter smiles – One of the major functions of primary teeth is to hold an appropriate amount of space for developing adult teeth. In addition, these spacers facilitate the proper alignment of adult teeth and also promote jaw development. Left untreated, missing primary teeth cause the remaining teeth to “shift” and fill spaces improperly. For this reason, dentists often recommend space-maintaining devices. *Excellent oral health – Badly decayed primary teeth can promote the onset of childhood periodontal disease. As a result of this condition, oral bacteria invade and erode gums, ligaments, and eventually bone. If left untreated, primary teeth can drop out completely – causing health and spacing problems for emerging permanent teeth. To avoid periodontal disease, children should practice an adult-guided oral care routine each day, and infant gums should be rubbed gently with a clean, damp cloth after meals.
What Is a Dental Implant? Tooth implants are best substitutes for missing teeth.The implant fixture is made up of medical grade titanium and is embedded within the jawbone. Once new bone has matured around the fixture a support portion (abutment) and crown are placed. The implant teeth look and function like real teeth. You can floss, smile and chew with them, just like the teeth they are replacing. Care and Cure – The Dental Wellness Clinic has a team of dental professionals who are skilled at providing excellent results. Who Is a Candidate For Dental Implants? Dental implant treatments have matured enough and have a few contraindications for there use. Once a decision has been made that dental implants will be considered as a treatment option, our dentists will make a determination about the patient’s suitability for them. Factors that may be evaluated include: The patient’s health (medical conditions, medicines, age), patient habits (smoking, tooth grinding, poor oral hygiene), jawbone quantity and quality. Why Is It Important to Replace Missing Teeth? Aside from the obvious effects that missing teeth can have on personal appearance and aesthetics, there are other more serious consequences. When a tooth is lost, space is created and bone loss occurs. Normal oral pressures and stress can cause the remaining teeth to shift. This shift can cause healthy straight teeth to tilt and become unstable. This can lead to even more bone and tooth loss. Furthermore missing teeth can cause a drastic reduction in chewing efficiency. Dental implants fill in the space of lost teeth. They preserve the supporting bone and stabilize your remaining teeth. You can chew on them just like normal teeth. How Successful Are Dental Implants? Research and documentation studies have proven the effectiveness and long lasting results of dental implants. Dental implants have demonstrated a success rate of over 95%. Good oral hygiene and regular dental check ups are some of the most critical factors to ensure the health of your dental implants. We at Care and Cure- The Dental Wellness Clinic are very well equipped with skill, experience and technology to nurture you with best of treatment required for these complex procedures
Flossing - How do I floss my teeth? Break off about 18 inches of floss and wind most of it around one of your middle fingers. Wind the remaining floss around the same finger of the opposite hand. This finger will take up the floss as it becomes dirty. Hold the floss tightly between your thumbs and forefingers. Guide the floss between your teeth using a gentle rubbing motion. Never snap the floss into the gums. When the floss reaches the gum line, curve it into a C shape against one tooth. Gently slide it into the space between the gum and the tooth. Hold the floss tightly against the tooth. Gently rub the side of the tooth, moving the floss away from the gum with up and down motions. Repeat this method on the rest of your teeth. Don’t forget the back side of your last tooth.
Brushing - How do I brush my teeth? Place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against the gums. Move the brush back and forth gently in short (tooth-wide) strokes. Brush the outer tooth surfaces, the inner tooth surfaces, and the chewing surfaces of the teeth. Use the “toe” of the brush to clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, using a gentle up-and-down stroke. Brush your tongue to remove bacteria and freshen your breath.
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