Can Teeth Regrow Post-toothless In Children?
Morning … when I was 6 years old, but why my teeth were depressed and not growing. Pdhl is diligent in the teeth … the front teeth are a bit porous and there are still leftover teeth or teeth. My question is.
Thank you for the question.
The milk incisors on the front will usually fall out at the age of 6 to 8 years, only to be replaced by permanent incisors a few months later. So, if your child's incisors are porous are still milk teeth, there is still the possibility of these teeth will be replaced by permanent teeth.
However, you need to know, teeth that are porous but not yet dated can prevent the eruption of permanent teeth underneath. Therefore, your child's condition should be examined directly by a dentist or pediatric dentist (pedodontist). That way, it can be evaluated the best treatment steps such as what needs to be done, whether treatment needs to be done on these porous milk teeth, or should be revoked immediately so as to allow permanent incisors to erupt more quickly. Doctors who examine your child's teeth directly certainly know better how to handle the best.
Caring for your baby's teeth should begin as early as possible, even before the teeth appear. Therefore, in order to maintain better dental and oral hygiene, you should do:
Brush your child's teeth regularly morning, evening and night before going to bed with fluoride toothpaste
Do not make it a habit to give children to eat when going to sleep
Periodic control of children's dental and oral health to the dentist every 6 months
Give children a variety of nutritious foods and drinks to support the growth of their teeth
Hope this helps ...