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The Importance of Milk Teeth in Children and Care of Milk Teeth

Placeholder Function: Milk teeth serve as placeholders for permanent teeth to erupt in the correct position. If a baby tooth is lost early, adjacent teeth may move into the gap, causing permanent teeth to erupt in the wrong place.

Nutrition: Healthy primary teeth help children acquire proper chewing and eating habits.

Speech: Teeth are essential for correct pronunciation and clear speech. The front teeth, in particular, play a critical role in the correct production of various sounds.

Self-esteem: A healthy smile can increase a child's self-esteem and help them feel more comfortable in social interactions.
Care of Milk Teeth

Brushing Teeth: From the moment your child erupts his teeth, you should start brushing them with a soft-bristled baby toothbrush.

Fluoride: With the recommendation of your dentist, toothpaste containing the appropriate amount of fluoride for your child should be used.

Regular Dentist Visits: You should visit a dentist when your child's first tooth erupts or when he is one year old at the latest. This is important to detect and prevent any problems early on.

Nutrition: Limiting the consumption of sugary and acidic foods is important to protect the health of primary teeth.

Dental Floss: When the teeth come close to each other, it is necessary to start using dental floss. This is important to remove food debris and plaque that accumulates between the teeth.


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