When I had a badly decayed tooth extracted, I got a partial denture to fill in the gap. I didn't mind it at first, because I was just so happy to have my painful tooth out of my mouth. Over time, I began to get tired of taking it out at night. I asked my dentist if I was could get a dental implant, and he said that my gum disease did not make me a good candidate, but a fixed bridge may be a good option for me. I went with his suggestion, and I have no regrets. I love feeling like I have a real tooth again that I don't have to remove at night. I created this blog to remind other people with a missing tooth that they have many replacement options, and if one is not for you, then try another that may be right.
Although young children will usually lose their first teeth so they can be replaced with the adult ones, it is still important for them to receive dental care. Staying on top of possible problems is necessary so you can ensure that early treatment is obtained, such as if your child has a condition in which their teeth grow in an abnormal manner. Overbite or buck teeth are examples of common conditions that a dentist can treat while your child is still young. By taking care of your child's dental health at a young age, it can reduce the risk of them being embarrassed by the condition of their teeth while growing up. If your child always complains when going to the dentist, you might want to try making an appointment at a clinic that is designed specifically for children.
Preventing Gum Infections
An important thing to do while your child is young and as they grow up is to prevent gum infections. All it takes is for a minor gum infection to be left without treatment before it turns into something a lot more serious. For example, your child can end up with periodontitis, which can lead to tooth loss and many other problems. Brushing your child's teeth at home is important, but cleaning should also be done at a dental clinic for better removal of plaque. A dentist can also spot early stages of infection development and treat it if you take your child to a clinic on a regular basis.
Placement of Metal Braces
Another thing that a dentist can possibly do while your child is young is place metal braces on their teeth. However, children who are too young might not be a good candidate for braces, as their baby teeth may have not all fallen out yet. It is important for braces to be placed on the adult teeth so you won't end up losing money due to the baby teeth naturally becoming loose and falling out while the braces are on them. Metal braces are a great solution for correcting an overbite, gaps, and several other dental problems.
Fast Care for Cavities
Children of all ages should get their teeth occasionally examined for the presence of cavities. You don't want your child to have even a small cavity because it can store bacteria from food getting stuck inside of it. A dentist can fill cavities to prevent major problems from developing.
For more information, contact a pediatric dental clinic in your area.Share
2 January 2020