Child-rearing and Tooth-nurturing
A parents and child The health of teeth ?
Prevention tips during pregnancy
Although it is from around six months after birth that milk teeth grow, dental buds begin to grow in the 7th week of pregnancy. When conception is verified, the dental buds will already be formed, the deposition of calcium and calcification will start by the time of birth, and by this time the dental buds for the future adult permanent teeth are already in place. The calcification of the permanent teeth begins at the time of birth and completes in onefs high school days.
The eating habits of pregnant mothers have a big influence on their child's teeth. Do the teeth of a pregnant woman worsen because the baby in her belly takes calcium? This is surprisingly not true. The calcium sent to a baby is stored in the motherly bone, not in her teeth. The reason why a motherfs teeth may worsen during pregnancy is because her appetite may be lost because of morning sickness, she may become lazy to keep her mouth clean, and she may have irregular meals and an unbalanced diet. It is the result of changes in the expectant motherfs life style.
Although you may think it is hard, you need to regulate your life style more carefully during pregnancy than during your normal life, and your mouth should be kept clean. It is said that during pregnancy, the condition of onefs saliva changes, and the PH (PH) rate falls. It becomes more acidic, and that makes cavities more easily.
Moreover, gingivitis may be caused by the abnormal conditions of the hormones during pregnancy, and bad breath may occur. It is important to eat a well-balanced diet so that nutrition will not decline.
Even if a pregnant woman wants to use a toothbrush, they may be intimidated to use it, out of fear of vomiting. Since the head (brush) part of the Soladey]J3 is small, the vomiting reflex should not be stimulated, but brushing efficiency is better than with an ordinary toothbrush. Thus, it is also good for a motherfs emotional stability. If SOLADEY]J3 is used, plaque is removed and bad breath will also be eliminated
As for their meals, mothers during pregnancy need twice the amount of calcium as in normal days, eating more foods such as small fish (with digestible bones), milk and other diary products. They should avoid processed foods such as instant foods and should balance their diet with other nutritionally rich foods.
2.A child's teeth
From around six months after birth, a babyfs lower front teeth begin to grow. At the age of 1 year, there should be 2-4 teeth on the top and lower jaws. At the age of 1 year and six months, there should be 8 teeth grown in on the top and lower jaws. From this time they can eat anything they want.
By the age of 2 and a half to 3 years old, ten upper and ten lower teeth, for a total of 20 teeth in all, should have grown in. Moreover, shortly after birth, the buds of the permanent teeth began to show in the center of the jaw area. Around this time, there are many cases of cavities due to sweet drinks. One cause of cavities may come from feeding a child from time to time with a nursing bottle that contains sweet drinks. Motherly perseverance and efforts make their child's healthy teeth.
3.Toothbrushing is a discipline. ? Letfs brush baby's teeth -
A. A baby's teeth
* Before a tooth grows
After feeding with baby food begins, add plain warm water too it. After giving motherfs milk and before sleeping at night, dip soft sterilized gauze, etc. in lukewarm water and wipe your babyfs gums on a parentsf lap pillow so that they will not be damaged. The parentsf hands should be clean and her nails cut.
* When the lower teeth start to grow.
Parents have to show their children that they brush their teeth every day. They imitate what you do. After baby food is given, parents should brush their babyfs teeth with gauze twisted on their fingertips.
* When the upper teeth start to grow.
Brushing babyfs teeth with "SOLADEY]J3", especially the upper front teeth is important.
* When the molars grow in, at the age of 1 and a half.
Full-scale brushing has started. Toothpaste is not necessary (If toothpaste is used, it is harder to brush). Brush the teeth with a gentle undulating motion (about 1cm).
The upper teeth are brushed from top to bottom; the lower teeth are brushed from bottom to top. Brush gently by flipping the brush against the teeth. If their teeth are brushed roughly, babies will feel pain and dislike it. So, brush their teeth slowly and gently; gradually making them used to it. Find the time and do it right away when they are in a good mood.
When babies turn two years old, they often want to have a toothbrush saying, "I want to brush my teeth" Since the handle is thick, a baby tends to grasp SOLADEY]J3 easily, moreover, the handle is long enough that a parents can hold it and brush her childfs teeth. It is not necessary to rinse their mouth.
Although there are some children who dislike it, please donft push them to brush their teeth for long time, but let them brush for a short time and just familiarize themselves with it.
Since SOLADEY]J3 has short hairs on its head and the brush portion is compact, parentss can brush their babyfs teeth when putting them in to sleep without interfering with their view.
B. The teeth of infancy
This is the time when a babyfs teeth start to grow; they tend to drink and eat sweets. Therefore, the number of children with cavities increases rapidly, amounting to about 87 out of every 100.
If a cavity on a babyfs tooth is ignored, the baby will be greatly effect by it. They may not chew their food well and the resulting indigestion causes an unbalanced diet. This not only affects their growth, but also their jaws.
Make them accustomed to it so that they want to brush their teeth, not only sometimes, but everyday after eating and before sleeping. Since it is difficult to brush the inside of their own mouth with a toothbrush, parentss should help them to brush. Put some water on the hair ends of SOLADEY]J3, place your baby on your lap and start brushing.
C. Toothbrushing is a habit.
By the time children are 4-6 years old, they can brush their own teeth. Brushing after eating is part of growing up. Bad habits, such as biting their lip, biting their nails and sucking on their thumb, worsens the alignment of their teeth; moreover, they chew incorrectly. When children have a habit of sucking their thumb or other things, the upper and lower teeth move out of alignment. Bad habits and customs, which come from psychological factors, such as frustration and emotional instability, are also related.
D. Later childhood
6-12 years old. This is the time when children loose and replace their baby teeth with permanent teeth.
From about 6 years an old, molar teeth start to show in the rear parts of a childfs gums. These molar teeth are the most important of the permanent teeth that will grow in later on. They are larger and their power to chew is also stronger. They also influence the alignment of the teeth. However, they easily get cavities.
The permanent teeth in a 6 year old are located in the rear part of the jaw, and it is hard to get rid of food particles there when brushing. A toothbrush should be hold vertically as much as possible, brush with the tips of the hairs, or insert and brush from the side.