Wellness - Dental Care | 1-10 yrs

5 Common Dental Problem In Children

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Caring for your child's teeth is an important part of taking care of his overall health.

To maintain good dental health, your child must follow proper dental habits. Tooth brushing and flossing should be a part of her daily oral health routine.

Know more about common dental problems in children by going through this ClipBook.

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Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is the most common disease in childhood. Tooth decay in children may also be called nursing caries or baby bottle tooth decay. Healthy dental habits should begin early because tooth decay can develop as soon as the first tooth comes in...

Early Tooth Loss

It is normal for children to start losing baby teeth at the age of 6, but ages may vary. However, there are some problems that can cause a child to begin losing their teeth earlier than is healthy. Premature tooth loss in children should be treate...

Discoloured Teeth

When teeth aren't brushed correctly, it can lead to plaque and result in yellow teeth. Brushing excessively also might cause fluoride overdose that leads to streaks on the teeth. Following regular dental hygiene is key to white teeth.

Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums are a symptom of a condition called gingivitis. Chronic gingivitis is common in children. It usually causes the gum tissue to swell, turn red and bleed easily. Gingivitis is both preventable and treatable with a regular routine of br...

Thumb Sucking

Babies have natural rooting and sucking reflexes, which can cause them to put their thumbs or fingers into their mouths. Thumb sucking can cause problems with the alignment of teeth, alignment of the jaws, formation of the roof of the mouth and th...

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