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Importance of Milk Teeth

Sonunumma Father of a 1 yr 1 m old girl 3 months ago
Baby teeth are very important to your child's health and development. They help him or her chew, speak and smile. They also hold space in the jaws for permanent teeth that are growing under the gums
Moksha Mom of a 4 yr 2 m old boy 3 months ago
need to clean kids teeth as well as mouth with salty water
Moksha Mom of a 4 yr 2 m old boy 3 months ago
yes its important
raghava Father of a 1 yr 8 m old boy 3 months ago
A simple smile can set everything straight......😃😃😃

hina Mom of 2 children 3 months ago
Milk teeth plays an important role to make a habbit of chewing food properly in early childhood .,as there is no teeth inside our stomach and it is necessary to teach our toddlers for making their future eating habbit good
Sarthak Jindal 3 months ago
Milk teeth are extremely important for babies and we can care their teeth by asking them to rinse their mouth with salt water ( lukewarm) as it will increase the pH of mouth and reduce the chances of getting cavities in their milk teeth to avoid any mouth disease in their later life .
Anusurya Nish Mom of 2 children 3 months ago
As milk teeths are very important for our babies,we should take care of their teeth by brushing it regularly.So here what's our duty means to select the right toothpaste to make it stronger and healthier.
aysha aysha Guardian of a 4 yr 11 m old girl 3 months ago
milk teeth are of important for child health as it help to chew food and easy to digest, healthy tooth gives child a good smile, unhealthy disturbs the growth of permanent tooth, better take care of our kids tooth the best way as possible, so brushing twice daily is very necessary
Community User 3 months ago
milk teeth is very important toddler
Dhruv Father of a 1 yr 11 m old boy 3 months ago
Taking good care of baby teeth will help to prevent cavities that will result in your child experiencing great pain. You should remember that these teeth are vulnerable to decay and cavities. Proper cleaning and care will reduce the possibility of cavities developing.

Use a clean, damp washcloth, a gauze pad, or a finger brush to gently wipe clean the first teeth and the front of the tongue, after meals and at bedtime. Pediatric dentists prefer you use toothbrushes moistened with water and no more than a rice-grain size smear of fluoride toothpaste.
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