Tooth Extraction In Children?
I had the molars removed and they are growing. But his teeth grew again in the same place. What do I have to do??
Milk teeth in children will be replaced with permanent teeth where milk teeth will begin to fall out when the child enters the age of 6 years to 12 years. Dental growth can still run well or also have problems in its growth.
In some cases the permanent teeth in children will start to grow longer or faster and the baby teeth will fall out faster. In the case of permanent teeth that grow in the same place twice, it is necessary to have an examination by a dentist to assess whether efforts can be made so that the teeth can grow in their proper places or need to be extracted.
The dentist will also carry out an examination of the teeth and supporting examinations such as x-rays before carrying out treatment. If the child feels pain in the growing teeth, pain relievers such as paracetamol can be given and keep teeth clean by brushing their teeth regularly.
May be useful,
dr. Adi P.