Children’s Teeth Grow Messy?
Good night. I want to ask … I have a boy aged 10 years. His upper right and left protruded. like a struggle over the place to grow. Can my child’s teeth wash normally? Does it need to be stirrup? Thank you.
Teeth growth of children starts from the growth of baby teeth which starts at the age of 6-12 months to complete at the age of 25-33 months and then will be dated and replaced with permanent teeth when entering the age of 6 to 12 years. At the time of the emergence of permanent teeth sometimes not preceded by the date of baby teeth so that it makes the teeth grow overlapping where this can make a child's teeth look messy. Therefore it is important to maintain the health of a child's teeth from wisdom teeth because it is not impossible that damaged teeth or previous dates can make tooth growth remain incorrect so that it accumulates with other permanent teeth.
If your child's teeth currently appear to be untidy, it is necessary to have an evaluation by the dentist so that problems and potentials are identified and plan further action. The use of braces on children themselves ideally aged around 12-13 years where the length of use will vary between 1.5 to 3 years to get optimal results. later it can also be considered for extracting a child's teeth if needed to improve the shape of the jaw and tidy the teeth. Always try to check your child's dental health every 6 months, avoid consuming too many sweet foods or drinks, and brush your teeth regularly 2 times a day if necessary accompany when the child brushes his teeth so that the child can brush their teeth properly.
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