Children’s Teeth Problems?
Good afternoon, I want to ask the doc. My child is 8 years old, the child’s permanent teeth have rocked.
Thank you for the question.
At the age of 8 years, some baby milk teeth are indeed dated and replaced by permanent teeth (adult teeth), for example middle incisors, side incisors (lateral incisors), and first graham teeth (first molar). However, in some children, the transition from baby teeth to permanent teeth can be late, or take place at a more mature age.
Shaky teeth can occur due to various reasons, such as being pushed by other teeth in the vicinity, due to injury, bruxism, periodontitis, and so on. If it is true that your child's teeth are rocking is a permanent tooth, then if the tooth is removed, of course it will no longer be replaced by new teeth. Conversely, if it turns out that the teeth are still rocking teeth milk, then of course you do not need to worry about teeth will not grow again after revoked.
The most appropriate determines whether your child's teeth are rocking is milk teeth or permanent teeth, whether the rocking teeth really need to be revoked or not, and whether the teeth can be replaced by new teeth after revoking, surely the dentist who checks your child thoroughly live. Therefore, you should take your child to see the child's dentist directly so that it is handled well, right?
In the meantime, urge your child not to randomly shake or pull out the problematic teeth, yes. Limit also give him food that is hard and sticky. Do not forget, remind your child to routinely brush their teeth and continue to rinse with salt solution so that the cleanliness of their teeth and mouth is maintained, okay?
I hope this helps.