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Deepak Bardiya Father of 3 children 8 months ago
good idea
Priyanka singh Mom of 3 children 8 months ago
milk teeth are very important for each and every children.the facial foundation the development of child face all are depends on the proper primary dentition.its maintain the space for the permanent teeth.
Megha Mom of 2 children 8 months ago
Yes milk teeth are of utmost important
first of all decade milk teeth which appearing black teeth in ur baby mouth will decrease the child self confidence in society
2nd milk teeth also act as a guiding path for permanent teeth extraction of teeth before time will result in delayed eruption of permanent teeth which cause space loss.
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Bachivaishu Mom of a 1 yr 1 m old girl 8 months ago
MILK TEETH are very important for 👣TODDLERS.
MILK TEETH are like 🌱BABY PLANTS .They are like FLOWERS 🌺 OF PLANTS🌱.TEETH ARE BEAUTIFUL AS FLOWERS
Nishu Mom of a 2 yr 3 m old boy 8 months ago
Milk teeth are said to be the primary teeth or baby teeth, which generally comes in or after 6months of the baby. Milk teeth make space for the permanent teeth to grow in the right direction, thereby developing a proper jaw.

Milk teeth help a child speak – without them, a child can’t form simple words with their mouth to communicate and speak clearly.

Milk teeth help children to chew and grind their food properly, which in turn allows good nutritious foods to be included in their diet such as nuts, fruits, vegetables and grains.

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krima shah Mom of a 8 m old girl 8 months ago
Milk teeth, also called primary teeth, play an important role in guaranteeing your child has a beautiful smile as an adult. Baby teeth hold space in your child's jaw so that the permanent teeth will come in properly. start practicing healthy oral hygiene habits with your child early in order to keep milk teeth healthy and cavity free. cleaning my baby's gums with a wet gauze pad after feedings.
Sushma Tamang Mom of 3 children 8 months ago
milk teeth are those teeth which comes in infant from 6 months onwards.It plays vital role in achieving milestone as at the 6 months onwards weaning started and this teete helps the infant in chewing foods.Besides ,these teeth are temporary teeth and replaced by permanent teeth later on.
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Saumya Savarikar Mom of a 1 yr 5 m old boy 8 months ago
Hi, i think milk teeths are the first adorable sign🧏🏻‍♀️ of our baby growing and to notice very first tooth popped up is the biggest joyful moment for a mom... bcoz all the hard work of feeding a baby hourly by a sleep deprived mum is finally payed off... in the form of tiny tooth🦷
Yes these teeths are certainly foundation to a healthy gums and mouth of our little munchkin👶 and always foundation should be kept strong 💪
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Deepika Tanwar Trying To Conceive 8 months ago
A healthy teeths are the symbol of healthy smile.
Milk teeths are the base for adult teeth sor every one shoul take care of milk teeth as they take care of adult teeth. for healthy teeth use finger soft bristles baby brush with a pea size colage paste. Healthy teeth means confident smile. Thank you.
Jasprit Kaur Mom of a 11 m old girl 8 months ago
Milk teeth are also known as Primary teeth...and begin to come in about six months after the baby birth...There are 20 primary teeth...10 upper and 10 lower...Milk teeth helps the child in speaking... chewing... grinding the food...also helps in smile...😊
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