Causes of baby broken teeth and nursing methods
[Introduction]The National Oral Health Survey from the National Dental Prevention Guidance Group shows that the rate of dental caries in children is 90%, and there must be some children who “happily stop laughing” because of this.
In addition, due to changes in lifestyles, children now have more and more irregular teeth.
● “Bottle caries” is very common. Although Mr. Hong Hu Zhang’s daughter is only 1 year old, the front teeth are all caries.
Children with bottle caries are not common in outpatient clinics.
Newborn baby food is mainly milk, because after the deciduous teeth have sprouted, because they have not cleaned their teeth, the oral cavity is prone to breed bacterial metabolism to produce acidic substances, which will cause dental caries.
Therefore, parents are advised to feed their babies some boiled water after each feeding to keep their mouths clean.
Many parents feel that their children are small and cannot brush their teeth. In fact, children’s oral cleaning should begin with the baby’s first teeth, which is about 6 months to “brush” the baby-parents wrapped their own gauzeForefinger dipping clean water to help baby clean his mouth. This oral care method usually lasts two and a half years old. From two and a half years old, parents should choose a toothbrush for this age for children, twice a day in the morning and evening. It is necessary for young children.Behind him, teach the children to master the correct brushing method. After three months of training, the 3-year-old child should be able to complete the brushing independently.
But at this time, the children still lack initiative and consciousness. Parents must not neglect the role of supervision and help them develop good oral hygiene habits, so that children can have healthy and beautiful teeth.
In addition, if the mother can pay attention to eat more foods that promote tooth development during pregnancy, the degree of calcification will be high when the baby’s deciduous teeth erupt after birth and it will not be easy to form dental caries.
● In the six months after the age of 4 years, dental caries can be diagnosed soon after eruption of deciduous teeth. The survey shows that the rate of dental caries increases with age, especially after 4 years of age.
Many parents are puzzled and urge their children to brush their teeth every morning and evening. Why are there still broken teeth?
As living conditions get better and better, after the age of 3, children like to eat snacks and drinks, which are all the causes of dental caries.
Although parents now supervise their children to brush their teeth sooner or later, due to the continuous snacks of their children, they cannot guarantee the oral cavity to be cleaned at any time, and food residues are easily attached to the teeth. In addition, many children eat after brushing their teeth at night, and drink milk before going to bed.Over time, it can cause dental caries.
Therefore, it is very important for children to develop good living habits, which should be done from three aspects of diet, hygiene and regular inspection.
Let the children try to reduce snacks, especially those with high sugar content, and eat more foods containing crude fiber. After the child is 4 years old, he should have an oral examination every six months.
Because of the fear of oral medicine, children who have oral diseases are generally not easy to express, and parents are also easy to be negligent. They usually go to the doctor when the child has a toothache. If the oral cavity can be checked regularly and the dental caries are detected early, it can prevent dental caries from having permanent teethInfluence, and finally affect the whole body development and tooth beauty.
● Chewing degenerate tooth decay is more. In daily life, you will find that many children have braces to correct their teeth. “How come children have so many irregular teeth now?
Children’s irregular teeth are commonly referred to as malocclusions, including tooth decay, thin teeth, gigantic teeth, tiger teeth, crowding, crooked face, small jaw, and so on.
The body is related to the inheritance of the parents, especially the parents whose teeth are “bundled”, which is likely to be passed on to their children.
There are also many acquired factors that cannot be ignored, such as incorrect placement, breath opening, thumb habit, tongue sticking, bad swallowing habit, lip biting habit, lateral chewing habit, problems during deciduous or replacement period, etc.Causes the occurrence of misalignment.
Many children nowadays are still relying on baby bottles, which is one of the reasons leading to malocclusion.
In addition, the number of children with cramped teeth, loose teeth, and tooth deformities continues to increase. One of the important reasons is that children’s foods are getting finer and thinner. It is almost impossible to see coarse grains at three meals a day.Fine; the more chopped the meat, the more chopped it is, and many foods can be easily swallowed.
Over time, the child’s mandible degenerates and teeth become deformed.
● It is best to correct the anti-jaw at the age of 4 to reach 10 years old. Too many parents take their children to see if they can arrange their teeth that are crooked.
Relative to people’s increasing emphasis on appearance, parents all attach great importance to children’s orthodontics, but it is so simple to orthodontize and arrange teeth at the same time. The choice of correction methods varies from person to person and from disease to disease.
If the child has an anti-jaw, it should be corrected when the child is about 4 years old. If the oral occlusion, anti-occlusion, cavities, etc. caused by bad oral habits, etc. should be treated as soon as possible to eliminate the bad habits.
If it is a simple tooth irregularity that does not need to be corrected during the deciduous period, it is generally waited until the age of 12 years after the permanent teeth are implanted and corrected. However, the defects caused by the milk teeth should be eliminated in advance.The growth and improvement of osseous malocclusions such as retraction and mandibular retraction must be seized with good timing.
Mandibular retraction deformity, it is best to correct the bone before the peak growth and development of children. Since girls develop earlier than boys, the peak growth of girls is 10-11 years, and boys are 12-13 years.
Maxillary retraction deformity should be corrected around 8-10 years old.
However, specific problems should be treated concretely, and it is recommended that children check regularly to detect problems early.