should be taken to a dentist when they are a year old, even if teeth have
erupted and they have no problems at all. This first examination prepares
children for dental procedures at a young age. And parents are informed about
their children's oral and dental health.
we prevent anxiety before examination?
children can often be nervous about their first appointment. Parents should be
able to get online, show their kids pictures of dentists and clinics that give
positive messages, and tell them about the examination process in advance. This
can significantly reduce any anxiety that may arise. Feeding your child a
normal meal before coming to your appointment and, if possible, to be in the
clinic shortly before the appointment will make a significant contribution to
your child's first experience.
often should we visit the dentist after the treatment is completed?
necessary to visit your dentist every 4-6 months after the treatment is
completed. Taking advantage of fluoride, fissure sealants or other
remineralizing practices will be a significant help in home care for preventing
baby teeth come in (erupt) and fall out (shed)?
teeth come usually come in at 6 months through 3 years. First, the first and
lateral incisors, then first molars, canine, and finally the second molars come
in. The order can sometimes vary.
baby teeth important?
teeth are primarily required for feeding. Under each baby tooth is usually a
permanent tooth, and the health of the baby tooth affects the permanent tooth.
In addition, baby teeth serve as a placeholder for the permanent teeth
underneath. Front teeth are especially important for speech and appearance,
which affects your child's psychology.
and how should we brush their teeth?
as the first baby tooth comes in, you should start cleaning the teeth with a
clean cloth. At 6 months - 2 years you should brush with toothpaste containing
500 ppm fluoride twice a day. This amount should be 1000+ ppm for 2 to 6-year-olds
and 1450 ppm for 6-year-olds and older.
should be done if permanent teeth accidentally fall out?
case, find the tooth if possible. Hold it carefully and avoid touching the
root. Put it in a clean container with cold milk and immediately consult your