If we learn to look after our health at a young age we reap the benefits later on. This especially applies to dental habits. It is good to teach children good dental cleaning habits and to have their teeth looked after by professionals.
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Children need to be taken to the by the time their first tooth appears, about the age of one. A Dentist will ensure that the child’s teeth, gums and jaws are developing correctly. If there are any issues they are best dealt with early before they become serious.
Of course, children develop and lose a set of first teeth. The way these teeth develop, and the way they are treated, will affect the latter permanent teeth. Perhaps a baby tooth that is lost early will prevent a permanent tooth from properly emerging, later on, the other teeth move into the gap. A dentist can put a spacer between teeth to prevent this issue.
Few children have perfect teeth, so often they need braces in their teens. This is much more than an aesthetic concern. Poorly aligned teeth may affect speaking, eating and breathing, and are notoriously difficult to clean. And poorly aligned jaws also lead to serious problems. Braces will go a long way to achieving neat, well-functioning teeth and jaws.
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Educational dental videos and novelty toothbrushes, kid-friendly material, help children learn good dental habits.
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Children from lowering income families are often eligible for the Children’s Dental Benefit Scheme. This provides up to $1000 worth of dental work for children under 18(not all types of work are covered).
Braces during our teens will give us the benefit of neat, well-functioning teeth for the rest of our life.
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