Posts Tagged ‘Dentist’
As a parent, you play an important role in health and hygiene of your child’s teeth. You can help fight cavities. Prevention begins at home, with good eating habits and daily cleaning of the teeth.
This section contains important information on how to properly care for primary and permanent teeth.
Teeth cleaning – Young children can not only clean their teeth. Parents should do it for them when they are very young and do with them when they are older. Read the rest of this entry »
The fundamental measure to ensure good oral health is prevention and it is often necessary to go dental controls, although there is no problem, just to anticipate and prevent future development of all.
It is very important for oral health care start from infants (cleaning with a gauze soaked in warm water gums after each feeding), continue with the appearance of the first teeth (washing with a soft brush dipped in water) and continue throughout life with a good brushing and oral hygiene. Read the rest of this entry »
Decay in children is a problem that occurs quite often. We will have to treat this tooth decay. Fortunately, there are effective ways to prevent its occurrence …
The main cause of the occurrence of caries is related to the presence of bacteria. We must know … decay is in fact an infectious disease. It is mainly streptococci and lactobacilli, which are the cause of caries.
These cariogenic bacteria metabolize sugar from food and produce acids that will cause demineralization of the tooth. The enamel will be attacked. Read the rest of this entry »
To keep your teeth throughout life, it is necessary to remove the plaque from the teeth through frequent brushing and caring and with the help of dental floss. There are two problems that these guidelines. One, nobody tells us how to use the brush. And two, nobody tells us how much toothpaste to use. So, I’m going to help.
First, you use much toothpaste. Fear not, as some people swallow. Maybe when I was a baby that was a concern, but adults can be controlled. Fill the brush with paste. Second, it takes more than twenty seconds brushing. I recommend two minutes of moving the brush with spirits. That will cover the whole mouth and all teeth and as a reward will help freshen your breath. Read the rest of this entry »
Whether gummy bears, chocolate or lollipops – Children generally eat like candy. In moderation, these are certainly allowed, but of course not a thorough dental care to remember. Caries prevention in childhood is particularly important because if only from small to quite literally on the prevention of tooth decay goes into the flesh and blood can develop your teeth healthy and stay healthy in later life. But many parents regarding the prevention of caries are insecure in their children and do not know how one can achieve the greatest possible protection against tooth decay. Read the rest of this entry »
The first tooth is a big event. Mostly, announced the breakthrough with the first unmistakable signs of pearly whites. Not always occur simultaneously on all signs. If you erkenenn following behaviors in your baby, it may well be that a tooth its way:
The child screams and cries more often than usual, is cranky and sleeps poorly.
Your baby tries to stick to objects or even their own hands in their mouths.
The gums are red and sensitive, the cheeks are red and hot.
Lack of appetite may also be a harbinger for teeth.
Some children suffer from diarrhea in teething, rash, and sometimes fever. Read the rest of this entry »
Teething (the output of the first baby teeth) can be a frustrating time for babies and their parents. Something that can be helpful is to have an idea of what will happen to your child when you start out the first teeth, and how it can help make this process less painful.
Teething can begin after 3 months and continue until the child (a) is three years.
When your child is between 4 and 7 months of age, you may notice that your top teeth and show signs of wanting to break through the gums. The first teeth to appear are usually the two bottom front teeth, also known as the lower front incisors. After 4 or 8 weeks, by the four upper front teeth (incisors and upper lateral frontal). About a month after, a lower lateral incisors (the two teeth flanking the bottom front teeth). Read the rest of this entry »
Whether gummy bears, chocolate or lollipops – Children generally eat like candy. In moderation, these are also very welcome, but of course not a thorough dental care to remember. Caries prevention in children is especially important because only if literally from childhood to the prevention of tooth decay goes into the flesh and blood, can develop the teeth healthy and remain healthy in later life. But many parents regarding the prevention of caries are not comfortable with their children and do not know how an optimal protection against tooth decay can be achieved. Read the rest of this entry »
At the age of 2 years should be already cleaned 2 times a day. Children’s teeth have a sensitive tooth enamel, which can be easily attacked by caries.
It is important to accustom the child to a regular dental care, watch out your role model! Brushing should be a definite place in the course of the day (morning after breakfast, the evening before bed) have. The children should learn ultimately to take responsibility for their own teeth.
After this age, children can also begin to brush their teeth themselves, the parents should pluck, however, because until about the age of five is an effective self-cleaning expected. The first dental visit should be about done with about 2-3 years. Read the rest of this entry »
The maturation of the speech and language ability are among the most important characteristics of child development. As speech is a form of learned behavior, many factors influence it. Although most children easily acquire the ability to speak normally, 5 to 10% with some difficulty.
Speech act is defined as articulated pronunciation of words in a language. The mechanism is based on different systems, structures and cavities, which act in coordinated fashion in conjunction with basic processes such as respiration, phonation, resonance and articulation.
The acquisition of speech and language represents a unique facet of growth and human development. Begins with crying, and how the infant is able to modulate in order to meet their basic demands of communication. That is why, shortly after birth, the mother can distinguish the cry of pain generated by hunger.
Between four and six months, babies begin to make sounds similar to the speech, which will increase during the first year. When they start talking, most children pronounce words in isolation. The speed with which they acquire new words and their language which is intelligible is very variable. Read the rest of this entry »