Preventive and children's dental medicine

Preventive dental medicine includes monitoring the development and growth of baby’s teeth and prevention of caries. In order to recognize changes on teeth on time, before any pain occurs, it is necessary to monitor the changes on teeth, to act preventively and therefore prevent more extensive destruction.

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The parent should take a child for the first visit when the very first milky tooth grows, i.e. from the 6th month to the 1st year of the child (time when first lower and upper milky teeth start growing).

At first arrival the child meets the clinic, the staff, smells and sounds, and the parent learns about proper nutrition, the way to maintain hygiene and arranges new visits.

Prevention is performed by regular visits, prophylaxis and brushing, and by coating with varnishes or fluoride-based coatings or tooth mousse dentifrice. Every toddler learns how to brush the teeth, how many times a day, what happens if the tooth is broken, which food is good or bad for the teeth. Extremely important are permanent teeth that grow at about six years of age (back sixth) when a mixed dentition occurs, and further prevention is carried out by stamping (fissure perfusion)!

That is why it is extremely important to visit your dental practitioner on regular basis from early age!

The consequences of neglecting the mouth and teeth health do not only lead to milky teeth caries and pain, but also to pus, premature loss of milky teeth, and permanent teeth rotting within such mouth. Consequently, irregular growth and development of bone and orthodontic anomalies occur. The need for bone and teeth correction apparatus is usually not only a consequence of genetic predisposition but is also often the result of an early loss of milky teeth struck by caries when they should have been the guardians of permanent teeth.

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