Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Drink this kind of things every day, 2 year old baby's mouth and teeth are rotten, parents must pay attention

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Why drink too much juice will decay baby teeth?

Why frequent night milk and a glass of juice every day can cause caries in deciduous teeth? Let's talk one by one.

Night milk

Frequent night milk will increase the probability of dental caries, especially after the child adds supplementary food. Food supplements contain sugar, such as starch in food. Under the action of bacteria in the mouth, the sugar becomes acid and attaches to the teeth, thereby corroding the teeth and causing dental caries.

When eating night milk, you often fall asleep while eating. The milk remains in the baby's mouth. The lactose component in it easily causes damage to the teeth. In addition, the amount of saliva secreted at night is relatively small, and bacteria are more likely to breed and increase the caries. Probability.

fruit juice

Rong Gang, the chief physician of the Department of Stomatology, Wuhan First Hospital, said: "Because the juice is sour, sweet, and viscous, when children drink the juice, the sugar is easy to stick to the surface of the teeth and stick to the saliva. When protein and food debris are mixed together and firmly adhere to the tooth surface and fissures, plaque is formed, which easily causes decalcification and dissolution of the enamel surface of the tooth, forming tooth decay. And the tooth's tolerance level to acid is not high When the pH in the oral cavity is high, it also tends to corrode the enamel on the tooth surface, causing the teeth to decalcify and form tooth decay."

In fact, fruit juices are not as nutritious as you think. When a fruit is squeezed into fruit juice, the minerals such as pectin, dietary fiber, calcium, iron, etc. are left in the residue, and most of the rest is sugar .

The nutrients of a glass of juice are:

◆ The main force: water

◆Other nutrients: Carbohydrates, mainly sucrose, fructose, glucose, sorbitol, the concentration of these carbohydrates is as high as 11g ~ 16g%, while the carbohydrate concentration of breast milk and standard infant formula is only 7g%.

◆Dietary fiber: If there is not a bit of flesh in the juice, sorry, the dietary fiber contained in this glass of juice is almost zero. Cellulose is the most severely damaged from the process of "fruit-juice".

◆Fat or cholesterol: sorry, still zero.

◆Protein: Trace

◆Minerals: Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Potassium

Take Apple for an example:

Half a cup of apple slices contains 1.5 grams of fiber, 30 calories, and 5.5 grams of sugar;

Half a cup of apple juice contains 0 grams of fiber, 30 calories, and 13 grams of sugar.

Juices are not very nutritious but have more caloric polysaccharides, which also occupy the stomach and affect the intake of breast milk and formula milk. Therefore, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under the age of 1 should not consume fruit juices, and fruit juice beverages should not be consumed.

The nutrients contained in fruits, fruit purees, and juices are gradually decreasing, so fruits and fruit purees should be preferred. Not only is there less nutrient loss, but also the baby's chewing ability can be exercised.

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The deciduous teeth are prematurely broken and the consequences are serious

Although children's deciduous teeth will be replaced sooner or later, it has a natural pattern. If the deciduous teeth are damaged, accidental injury, inflammation and other reasons, causing the loss of deciduous tooth roots and premature loss of deciduous teeth, a series of more serious problems will occur:

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Affect chewing function

The most direct effect of premature loss of deciduous teeth is that the child's chewing function is not fully exerted. Because the food is not sufficiently chewed, large pieces of food enter the stomach, and the burden on the stomach is increased. Therefore, the baby's nutrient absorption will be affected to a certain extent.

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Affect replacement of permanent teeth

There is a permanent tooth germ under the root of each deciduous tooth, and the deciduous tooth plays a guiding role in the permanent tooth. Premature loss of deciduous teeth will make permanent teeth "disoriented" and eventually look crooked. And because there is no "resistance limit" for deciduous teeth, permanent teeth may sprout prematurely. The roots of this kind of "premature post" permanent teeth are usually in an underdeveloped state, which is why the permanent teeth are easy to fall off in the future.

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Affect tooth growth

If the deciduous teeth are prematurely lost and the permanent teeth have not sprung up, the vacant position will be for a long time, and the adjacent teeth will be inclined to the vacant position, and the corresponding teeth will also be elongated, affecting the adjacent teeth and occlusal function. As the inclination of adjacent teeth is strengthened, the gap between the original permanent teeth erupting becomes smaller, so that the permanent teeth do not have enough normal space to erupt smoothly, so they have to "open up another path", which eventually leads to dentition deformity, crowded dentition, and poor occlusion. .

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Cause dental caries

Premature loss of deciduous teeth is equivalent to a "large tooth gap" in the mouth. When the baby eats, the food residue is very easy to be stuck in this "big tooth gap", which creates a large growth bed for bacteria on the adjacent tooth surface. If it is not cleaned in time, it will cause caries in the adjacent teeth, and even the new permanent teeth may be eroded by bacteria.

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How old does the baby start brushing teeth?

The daily way to protect baby teeth is to brush your teeth and help your baby clean his mouth.

About 0~6 months (before long teeth), after each feeding, wipe the baby's gums and oral mucosa with clean gauze or cotton balls dipped in water. After 6 months, the baby will germinate the first deciduous teeth, and then you need to start brushing your teeth.

How to brush your baby's teeth?

Lay the child on the knee of the brusher gently.

Then he pressed his hand! !

The final pose is this:

Why must we lie down like this? Because only in this position, you can see all the teeth of the child clearly, and it is possible to brush all the teeth without missing.

But if there aren't two people, how can you stand up with the baby? The young ancestor was very powerful!

In a posture like the one above, the smaller baby can certainly be suppressed. If the baby is too old to hold back, you can do this:

Tie a sushi roll with a big bath towel and see where you are going, hum!

Need to use toothpaste! Children's fluoride toothpaste squeezed with rice grain size toothpaste is safe to swallow

Then I started to brush my teeth. I don't need to wear gloves to wash my hands. First, pull off my lower lips and expose all of my lower teeth:

Then brush, in fact, you don’t need to brush your lower teeth from bottom to top. The upper teeth are brushed from top to bottom. The baby’s teeth are very small, so it’s not easy to brush, but it’s not easy to clean. Brushing is no problem!

After brushing the outer side, don’t forget to brush the inner side:

The same is true for brushing your front teeth. Use your thumb and index finger to pull the upper lip apart. This is a little harder than the lower lip. This handsome action that won’t be bitten by the baby will require practice.

Still brush the outside and inside of the teeth

Then brush the molars. There are three sides of the molars. The outer medial side and the occlusal surface must be carefully brushed, especially the outer side is difficult to brush, and it is more prone to dental caries. If you want to do this, you still need to pick your mouth:

During the brushing process, pay attention not only to the tooth itself, but also to the part of the gum that is connected to the tooth. If the baby's gums will bleed, it is also a sign of unhealthy gums, especially brushing the gums carefully! If the gums are unhealthy, not only will there be a breath, but also swelling and inflammation!

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