If you’re a parent, then you’ll be interested in knowing why the development of your child’s teeth is important. Here’s some helpful dental info!
If you’re new to my site, hi there! I’m a bestselling author and big research geek on health.
In my bestselling longevity book, Life is Long, I share many research-based secrets to living longer, healthier younger.
I’m also a late in life mom to an awesome son. And so I’m always interested in learning how to keep him as health as possible.
With this in mind, I went into research geek mode to learn about the development of a child’s teeth – and how to maintain my kid’s dental health so his teeth are at their best.
My son has always been a bit afraid to go to the dentist. I know he’s not alone. Everyone wants a a worry-free dental experience – especially kids.
So how can we parents help our kids to be less nervous about going to the dentist? The solution: We need to teach our kids good dental care – so our kids can prevent a lot of bad stuff from happening to their teeth.
Tooth decay in young teeth can lead to the development of an abscess (abscess) around the roots of the teeth and damage to the permanent teeth that develop inside the jaw, just below the child’s young teeth.
The damage can be to the …
In situations of a really serious infection, dentists worry about the spread of the dental infection, from the source of the teeth, to adjacent cavities in the head and neck area, including the brain and respiratory system.
As a parent, it’s thereby very important we let our children know how important it is for them to take good care of their teeth.
Unfortunately, the more advanced a cavity becomes, the more complex the recommended dental treatment.
For example, with an advanced cavity you might need to get root canals and crowns.
However, with good dental care, you will be able to assist your child in keeping their teeth as healthy as possible.
Tooth decay in children can be prevented with the following regular dental routines.