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azam pasha Father of 2 children 4 months ago
my baby's has not yet erupt milk treats because she is 6 months old
Kavya shree Guardian of a 2 yr 3 m old girl 4 months ago
Milk teeth or primary teeth starts developing before birth and erupts after 6 month of age , sometimes even early .They are 20 in number . Gum hygiene and teeth hygiene is very important as it affects development of permanent teeth in later . Also teeth eruption and teeth falling time as to be noted by all mommies because some teeth might not fall, which in turn won't give space for permanent teeth to erupt .
Avoid sweets , brush twice , use proper brush , Avoid cavities ----- Avoid pain 💃
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Rimpi Sambyal Mom of 2 children 4 months ago
Baby teeth are very important to child's health and development. They help the baby chew, speak and smile😄. They also hold space in the jaws for permanent teeth that are growing under the gums.
Rachuri Niharika Mom of a 1 yr 9 m old boy 4 months ago
Milk teeth are most important to the children,so that is why protection is also much important.
Clean the teeth daily twice and do not allow to eat much of sweets in order to avoid cavities in the teeth and to maintain healthy teeth for their healthy eating habit
Piyush Srivastava Guardian of 2 children 4 months ago
protect child from cavity in milk teeth don't allow them to eat too much chocolate
Diksha Singhal Mom of a 1 yr old girl 4 months ago
Milk teeth start erupting at around age of 6months. Usually, the first one to erupt is the lower front tooth (incisors). Proper care starts even before eruption of teeth, cleaning of gum pads with moist muslin cloth. Brushing of teeth starts as soon as the first tooth erupts in the mouth, by using a silicone brush or a child brush or a wet muslin cloth. Special care to be taken while baby feeds at night and sleeps, most decay occurs if we don’t clean the teeth then. Happy brushing and perfect smiles!
shanthi priya Guardian of a 1 yr 5 m old girl 4 months ago
give proper care milk teeth to prevent cavities and dental caries...
shanthi priya Guardian of a 1 yr 5 m old girl 4 months ago
yes milk teeth is important for chewing and mastication and proper digestion of food...and also speaking.
Shikha Mom of a 1 yr 11 m old boy 4 months ago
Milk teeth emerge through a baby's gums during the first couple of years of life. By the time the infant is aged 2.5 to 3.0 years, all 20 of the milk teeth should have fully emerged.
Shweta Mom of a 1 yr 1 m old boy 4 months ago
milk teeth need to clean from the beginning i.e. from when teeth starting to grow. we can use silicone brush available on firstcry starting from 70 to 80 RS. it is useful use clean the tongue
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