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Healing cavities in baby teeth is essential to prevent damage to permanent teeth. The dentist is the one who can best advise on the measures to be taken in each case. The ingestion of sweets, candies or candies are not the only cause of the appearance of infantile cavities. Babies can also acquire them even before their first baby teeth appear. To avoid them, it is advisable suppress some habits that are bad habits and can promote tooth decay in babies.
Bottle tooth decay is caused by the habit of parents dipping the pacifier in honey or sugar or by leaving the baby with the bottle alone in the crib. In the latter case, some even fall asleep with the bottle in their mouth and the milk sugars are in contact with the teeth for too long, leading to rampant cavities, very aggressive cavities, which affect the temporary teeth, so that the milk teeth are practically destroyed.
It is very painful for babies and has a very bad solution. These baby teeth must be fixed because their cavities can irreversibly affect the germ of the final tooth. Preventing early cavities in baby teeth is essential to preserving dental health in children.
Cavities in milk teeth should be filled as soon as possible to avoid damaging the permanent tooth. The temporary nature of milk teeth should not delay the healing of a cavity because it is almost more important to cure caries of the milk tooth than of the permanent one, if we take into account that the caries is formed by bacteria, which get inside of the tooth, go through the root of the temporal and can affect the permanent. Therefore, it is important to fill the cavities of the milk teeth to avoid major problems in the final ones.
Fluoridations. As a preventive measure, fluoridations can be performed in the dentist's office every six months in children who have a higher risk of cavities or who have rampant cavities, which are the most aggressive. Fluoridation prevents tooth decay in children because its role is preventive. Fluorine acts as a protective shield, since it acts as a large-scale varnish, which will prevent the acid caused by plaque bacteria from entering the tooth and causing cavities. Fluoridations are high concentration fluoride baths, applied for 4 minutes, on children's teeth.
Molar sealing. A sealant is a resin, which gradually releases a large amount of fluoride and which is usually placed on the fissures of children's first permanent teeth to prevent these fissures from storing plaque and early cavities from appearing in a permanent tooth. These first molars sprout in the gum from the age of 6 and that is when fissures can be sealed. To place the sealant on the teeth it is important that the fissures are clean, that is, that they do not accumulate an initial cavity because then, the effect would be the opposite, and the caries would develop faster. For this reason, it is essential to carry out a thorough cleaning beforehand over the entire surface of the grinding wheel where the seal will be placed in the fissure. Sealants are very good as a cavity preventive, but like fillings, they are temporary and wear off over time.
Advice: Gustavo Camañas, dentist and medical director of Vitaldent.
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