Permanent Teeth Have Grown Even Though The Baby Teeth Have Not Come Off?
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In general, the front baby teeth (central and lateral incisors) fall out at 6 to 8 years of age, and are replaced by permanent teeth. However, there are also many conditions where permanent teeth develop before the date of the baby teeth. This condition needs to be handled directly by a dentist.
The growth of permanent teeth when the baby teeth have not fallen out has the risk of making the arrangement of the teeth irregular, or the common people often call it gingsul. This condition can not only interfere with appearance, but can also risk causing food debris to accumulate, making your child's teeth more prone to cavities and trigger bad breath.
To treat the condition as your child is experiencing, in general, the dentist will first evaluate the overall condition of your child's teeth and mouth. Furthermore, the doctor can remove the baby teeth that are preventing your child's permanent teeth from growing. Thus, it is hoped that the direction of permanent tooth growth will be better and not tarnished.
Keep teaching your child to maintain the cleanliness of their teeth and mouth by brushing their teeth regularly 3 times a day. If, after your child grows up, his teeth are very irregular, the doctor may also recommend the use of teeth trainer alignment or braces to straighten the arrangement of his teeth and the shape of his jaw.
Consult the best treatment for your child directly with the dentist.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah