The Solution To Overcome The Teeth Of A 6 Year Old Child Is Penetrating The Gums?
Good night. My child is 6 years old and 7 months old, his upper front teeth are porous. right when I saw above the gum there was a tooth that came out of the gum. Pointed. I am afraid to injure the inner upper lip. But when asked, his son said he wasn’t sick. Danger or not? Can you remove the porous baby teeth? What’s the solution? thank you
Hello, good morning Mitsukawa ..
The time span for the growth of baby teeth is different for each child, usually baby teeth begin to grow at the age of 6 months to 1 year. Likewise, the time span for the date of the baby teeth, can vary for each child. Generally, the upper front teeth (upper incisors) in children will fall out at the age of 6-7 years.
Tooth loss in children tends to occur more quickly, because the layers of teeth in children are not as perfect as in adults. Tooth decay can be caused by: poorly maintained dental hygiene resulting in plaque accumulation, the body lacks nutrients that can strengthen the enamel / outer layer of the teeth (such as milk, protein sources, dark leafy vegetables), dental infections, and so on. Although baby teeth can fall out on their own and will be replaced with permanent teeth, you should still get your child checked by a dentist. The dentist will conduct a thorough examination and decide what action needs to be taken in your child's case based on the results of the examination. Regarding the presence of teeth that are translucent out of the gums and pointy as you mentioned, can be the growth of crooked teeth, or it can also be milk teeth that have accumulated. The complaint you are telling is subjective in nature, and it is feared that it will cause a difference in perception if only consulted online. Direct observation and examination is required to ascertain what conditions your child is actually experiencing. Therefore, we recommend that you have your child checked by the dentist, yes, while consulting about the loss of teeth that your child has also experienced.
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