BABY AND KID’S TEETH

At what point do baby teeth come in?

An infant’s 20 primary teeth are as of now present in the jaws during birth and ordinarily, start to show up when an infant is between 6 months and 1 year.

Most kids have a full arrangement of 20 primary teeth by the age of  3. At the point when teeth first come in, a few babies may have sore or delicate gums. Carefully rubbing your kid’s gums with a clean finger, a little, cool spoon or wet gauze can alleviate. You can likewise give the child a perfect teething ring to bite on. In case that your kid is still in pain, consult our dental team.

Why baby teeth matter?  

Infant teeth are vital to your kid’s wellbeing and improvement. They help him or her bite, talk and smile. They likewise hold space in the jaws for permanent teeth that are growing under the gums. At the point when a child tooth is lost too soon, the permanent teeth can drift into the vacant space and make it troublesome for other adult teeth to find space when they come in. This can make teeth abnormal or crowded. That is the reason beginning newborn children off with great oral care can help ensure their teeth for a considerable length of time to come.

When should you start taking your child to the dentist?

The time when the first tooth comes in, it is the best time to take your kids to our dentist. A dental visit at an early age is a “well-baby check-up” for the teeth. Other than checking for cavities and different issues, the dentist can demonstrate to you best practices to clean the kid’s teeth and how to deal with habits like thumb sucking.

How to care for your child’s teeth?

It’s imperative to watch over your child’s teeth from the beginning. This is what to do:

  •         Start cleaning your infant’s mouth during the initial few days after birth by wiping the gums with gauze. 
  •         For kids younger than 3 years, begin brushing their teeth when they start to come into the mouth by utilizing fluoride toothpaste in the measure of a grain of rice. Brush teeth completely twice every day or as coordinated by a dentist. Manage kids’ brushing to guarantee that they utilization suitable amount of toothpaste.
  •         For kids of 3 to 6 years old, utilize a pea-sized measure of fluoride toothpaste. Brush teeth altogether twice every day or as coordinated by a dentist. Supervise your kids while brushing and remind them not to swallow the toothpaste.
  •         Until you’re agreeable that your kid can brush on his or her own, keep on brushing your kid’s teeth twice per day with a kid measure toothbrush and a pea-sized measure of fluoride toothpaste. At the point when your kid has two teeth that touch, you have to start flossing their teeth every day.

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ARE YOUR SENSITIVE TEETH TRYING TO TELL YOU SOMETHING?

Many individuals experience the ill effects of a toothache brought on by sensitivity, however, for some, this could be an indication of something more serious so it is advised that you do not ignore it. In fact, one should look up into its cause.  

On the off chance that you come across sharp and sudden pain when eating certain foods or exposing your teeth to extreme changes in temperature then you more likely are suffering from a sensitivity issue. This pain is brought on when the dentin of your teeth is uncovered along the gum line. Dentin is a generally delicate material that helps in supporting the tooth. At the point when gums begin to dip they reveal this dentin and this can bring about pain when we eat hot or chilly food and even sweet or spicy eatables.

Tooth sensitivity is pretty uncomfortable and can strike all of a sudden bringing on a sharp pain in one or numerous teeth. It is mostly experienced in the front teeth although many individuals additionally encounter the pain in their molars. While sensitivity is an issue in itself it can likewise recommend there are more serious medical problems. A quick visit to your dental practitioner for an examination could put your feelings of fear very still and furthermore net you some guidance on the most proficient method to prevent tooth sensitivity.

Tooth sensitivity can be brought about by hard brushing, teeth grinding at night, gum infection and tooth decay. It’s a terrible issue that can negatively affect day by day life. For instance, you may need to stay away from specific foods or utilize specialized tooth items and brushes for, particularly sensitive teeth. There are a few kinds of toothpaste available today that deal with the sensitivity by connecting up gaps to dentin and decreasing the pain felt.

In case that you are thinking about any cosmetic dentistry treatments, for example, inserts or teeth whitening your dental specialist will be able to give you the best advice with regards to sensitive teeth. A few procedures should be modified keeping in mind the end goal to guarantee you least painful treatment. It is better that you acknowledge your dentist about your sensitivity. This will help him make changes in the treatment procedure so that you experience as little pain as possible.

Sensitivity is very common and half of the population suffers from it. Being it this common doesn’t mean that you should overlook it. In fact, you must address it to your dentist and get down to its root cause as it may be a signal of something serious on its way.

At Dazzle Dental Care, we offer dental hygienist appointment. Please call our team on 0208 371 4386 to book your appointment.

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Facial Rejuvenation Treatment

There are so many elements that are responsible for skin damage and aging of skin ahead of time. It may be emotional stress, work stress, excessive sun exposure or other factors. Some people look for satisfaction by getting facial rejuvenation treatments because it can enhance one’s confidence and outlook tremendously. The physiology behind the treatment is complex but the benefits might interest one to look into what happens behind the face after facial rejuvenation. Following are the benefits of facial rejuvenation.

The basics of facial uplift or rejuvenation is that it stimulates collagen production. All procedures available aim to achieve this result which will ultimately cause skin tightening.

Facial Rejuvenation treatment can uplift droopy eyelids, eyebrows and irregular jaw line by various procedures. The extent of surgical involvement depends on the patient’s requirement. People maybe undergo a single or multiple procedures. However, consulting our clinicians is an absolute before undergoing any treatment.

Another benefit of facial rejuvenation is that it eliminates dark spots and pigmentation, minimizing scar tissue and other irregularities or inconsistency on the face. 

At Dazzle Dental Care we offer facial rejuvenation treatments. Please call us on 0208 371 4386 to book your free consultation.

WHAT IS A MOUTH CYST?

A mouth cyst is a thin, liquid-filled sac within your mouth. Also named a mucous blister or mucocele, it might disturb you as you might feel a bump inside your mouth.

The common location of occurring of such cysts is the inside of lips but can also develop in other areas of mouth such as tongue, palate, inside of cheeks, floor of mouth or just about the piercing of lips or tongue. When it is occurs on the floor of the mouth, it is called ranula whereas when seen when on gums, it is called an epulis. The mucocele is bluish in colour, clear and filled with fluid which makes it easily diagnosable by a dentist just by looking at it.

CAUSES AND PREVENTION

The reason for these mouth cysts on the lips gums or within the cheeks is accepted to suck the tissue between your teeth. Not deliberately sucking your cheeks or lips may keep a few growths from shaping, however a few sores can show up randomly.

Some common causes of these mucous cysts are as follows:

  • Lip biting (most common cause) because of which the occurrence of cyst in this area is the most.
  • Biting your cheek
  • Piercings
  • Accidental burst of a salivary gland
  • Chronic damage caused by adjacent teeth

MOUTH CYST TREATMENT

A mucous cyst frequently does not require treatment since it will more often than not break all alone. So you can proceed with your standard home oral care utilizing items.

On the off chance that a mouth cyst gets uncomfortable or disturbing, interfering with biting, or does not get cured in two or three weeks, see our dentist. Our dentist may utilize a sterile needle to open the highest point of the sore to empty the liquid out of it and it eventually will go away.

REMOVING A CYST

At times, your dentist will decide to surgically expel the cyst, particularly in the event that it returns after being opened once. Complications of surgery are quite rare, including the standard dangers of surgery, for example, infection or an unfavorable response to the local anesthesia. In order to eliminate any kind of such risk you should talk to your dentist regarding it in detail and communicate about any kind of uneasiness if you feel.

In cases if the mouth cyst does not open all alone and you don’t get treatment, a permanent bump may form. Although these bumps are safe, yet let our dentist observe your mouth thoroughly if some new structures appear in your mouth and you have concerns. It is essential to ensure that the dental specialist assesses this area by examination and or an x-ray, if necessary. Because your oral wellbeing is a part of your overall health.

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Safe and Effectual Infant Oral Care

child dentist highgateIt is important that when you have an infant to take care of, you have all the right information. Oral care also requires prior knowledge and minor details regarding the dental health of the children. It is a fact that the first set of teeth of the children is temporary but they are still susceptible to infections and diseases. In order to make sure that your child receives the best oral care it is best to know the proper approach throughout every stage. Mothers are known to actually transfer damaging bacteria to the infants which are why it is crucial for them to have a complete know-how of infant oral care.

For a good oral care of your baby, it is essential to take care of your own dental health also. Many at times, disease-causing bacteria can be transferred from the mothers to the children that can lead to dental decay. Poor dietary habits are also known to increase bacterial production which amplifies the risk of transfer to the baby so it is important to keep a good oral hygiene.

Here is what you can do to provide your child the correct oral care.
1. It is important to schedule a dental exam and cleaning procedure during the second trimester of our pregnancy. This decreases the chance of bacteria transfer and infections to your baby. It is advised to wait till you get done with birth for any cosmetic dental services and also procedures like tooth extractions must wait.
2. It is advised to take your baby to its first dental visit before he turns one or his first tooth comes through.
3. Throughout the first year, clean your infant’s gums at least twice a day in order to avoid bacteria buildup from food. You can do this by putting on clean, wet gauze on your finger and wiping your baby’s teeth tenderly
4. Once your baby starts teething, it is important to start brushing with toothpaste that is free of fluoride. Use brushes with soft bristles. If you are unsure of which one to use, contact your dentist for recommendations.
5. Avoid letting your child fall asleep while nursing with a bottle. Continuously sucking in sleep is not advised.
6. It is best to not share utensils with the baby because mouth bacteria is transferable and can cause infections.

 

If you have any questions related to infant oral care or you wish to schedule an appointment for your child, contact us right now. We can be reached here online and also through a phone call.
By putting all these practices into actions, from taking special care of your child’s oral health to avoiding all that negatively affects it, you can ensure a safe and effective oral care routine for your baby. As a parent, that’s all you need- to see your child learn to smile his perfect smile
Putting all these practices into place, from when to start care to what specific steps to take or to avoid, will ensure your newborn has the safest and most effective oral care. That’s great peace of mind for any parent.

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