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Early Tooth Loss In Children

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Premature Tooth Loss In Children

Most people are born with two sets of teeth; the primary, or baby. Teeth begins to erupt from your baby's gums at an average age of six months, according to the American Dental Association, though the actual age of eruption varies widely. As your ...

What To Do If You Child Loses Teeth Early

While baby teeth are not permanent and only last in a child’s mouth for a few years, they have an important role in the development of the jaw, muscles, and adult teeth. It is natural for baby teeth to fall out as the permanent teeth grow in to ta...

Children's Premature Tooth Loss Can Affect Oral Health For Years

According to a study published in the March/April 2008 issue of General Dentistry, parents and caretakers more often than not do not know what to do with a traumatically affected tooth and do not take proper steps to respond to the injury, which c...

Reasons For Your Child's Early Tooth Loss

Bone density loss may lead to premature loss of teeth in children. It is usually seen in children having diabetes. This is one of the main reasons for early tooth loss in children. Read on to know about the other reasons...

Why Some Children Endure Early Tooth Loss

Early childhood caries, also known as “Baby Bottle Tooth Decay,” can be a serious problem for some children. It involves severe decay and destruction of a child’s teeth, generally in children younger than five. If left untreated, the tooth may hav...

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