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Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

Special dentistry for children is known in the form of pedodontists. This is the physician who takes care of the dental and oral health of the child in the period from the moment of the first milk tooth in infancy until the age of fifteen years.

When to Go to Pedodontics First?

A pedodontic examination is essential when your child has their first tooth. During this examination, conditions such as late and early milk tooth status, soft and dental tissue anomalies are evaluated. Difficulties in teething are supported and information is provided on oral and dental health. However, it is also aimed to prevent bottle caries. These routine visits to your child will help him get used to the dentist and be compliant when treatment is needed in the future.

What are the last and Fall Out Times of Milk Teeth?

Milk teeth mostly persist between the first six months and three years of age. Apart from these, there may be late or early rides. First the front and side incisors, then the first milk molars, then the canine teeth, and finally the second milk molars. There may sometimes be various changes in this ranking. There are a total of twenty milk teeth in the upper and lower jaw.

Why Are Milk Teeth Important?

Milk teeth are first necessary for feeding. In the lower part of each milk tooth there is usually one permanent tooth. The health of the milk tooth also affects other permanent teeth. It also serves as a placeholder for the permanent teeth in the lower part of the milk teeth. In particular, the front teeth play an active role in speaking correctly. These teeth are important for the appearance and psychology of the child.

When and How Should Teeth Be Brushed?

Teeth should be brushed routinely after the first milk tooth comes out. Since the habit of spitting does not develop until the average age of three, the use of fluoride paste should not be preferred. From this age until approximately six years of age, specially developed pastes should be preferred. At least until the primary school period, the child should brush his teeth regularly under the supervision of his parents. Teeth should be brushed every morning before breakfast and at night before going to sleep.

What is Fluoride Application?

Gels containing fluoride are applied to the child patient by the dentist. In this form of treatment, fluoride ions are delivered to the structure of the tooth. This makes the tooth more resistant to caries. Superficial administration of the component is a more effective method than taking pills systemically. In children with a high probability of caries, fluoride gels should be applied two to four times a year.

What is Fissure Cover Application?

It is one of the most preferred dental treatment techniques in pediatric patients. By applying a fissure sealant, the chewing area of the tooth is covered with a filling material and it is difficult for the bacteria that cause caries to attach to the tooth surface in this way. Chewing areas are those that are still prone to decay after fluoride application. Therefore, in addition to fluoride, a fissure sealant is a must. This application is recommended in people who are prone to caries and in tooth types with deep fissures.

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