When baby teeth fall out?
When a baby has a baby tooth for the first time, it marks the beginning of a new period in his life. Therefore, parents need to know all the features of the loss of milk teeth and their replacement by indigenous ones. When the baby’s baby teeth begin to fall out Terms of loss depend on the development of the jaw apparatus and the rudiments of the teeth in the womb, the degree of their health and the period of their eruption. According to statistics, the teeth begin to fall out at the age of 5-6 years. If parents remembered the sequence in which dental units had germinated, they could roughly guess how they would fall out. As a rule, the lower incisors are first loosened and fall out, after a short time the upper incisors. Fangs start falling out at 9 years old, premolars starting at 10, molars starting at 11. Just by this time, 12-13 years old, a full-fledged bite begins to form in adolescents. What to do if a child starts to fall teeth The loss of teeth is almost not accompanied by painful sensations, so there is no cause for concern. Loss is a natural process through which each person passes. But parents need to warn preschoolers about this so that they are not afraid, and take note of such tips:
- Do not give your baby pain medicine, this is not necessary.
- Explain to preschoolers that you shouldn’t put your fingers in your mouth every time and check a loose tooth. So you can bring an infection.
- When blood appears, press a cotton swab to the well and hold for a few minutes. Then rinse your mouth with water and soda or salt.