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Care of the deciduous dentition (milk teeth)

Care of the deciduous dentition (milk teeth)

Tooth decay in milk teeth is a serious disease, that arises principally because of bad dietary habits and frequent and continuous dosing of sugary drinks with baby bottles or dummies dipped with sweet substances (for example honey).

Initially, there are slight demineralizations near the gingival margin of the upper incisors, that quickly progress in small cavities up to become even more extensive lesions, involving also the milk molars.

Curing a deciduous tooth (milk tooth) requires an operational technique similar to the one used on a permanent tooth, with the difference that the work is done on a very small mouth and with a special patient, that requires special attention and care. If you manage to establish a good feeling with the child, even with the help of the parents, you can get excellent results even with the youngest of patients.

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