When the baby is about four months old, it will start to grow deciduous teeth. Deciduous teeth are very important to the baby and will accompany the baby until about 8 years old. The quality of deciduous teeth will affect the baby's physical development, so parents should pay attention to this thing.
When the baby is about to teethe, there will be some special behaviors. Parents should grasp the baby's teething period and take correct care, so as to prevent the baby's deciduous teeth from being damaged. chew on toys, it may be teething.
Many parents will find such a situation. When the baby reaches 2 months, he becomes very fond of drooling, and likes to put toys in his mouth to bite. In fact, parents do not need to feel distressed because of this. The performance of the baby shows that the baby is about to teeth.
In the early stage of teething, the baby's gums will be very uncomfortable, so they will bite things. This is also a signal to the parents. It will not take long for the baby's lower central incisors to grow out.
The teething of babies is very regular. The lower front teeth will grow first, then the upper front teeth, and then the deciduous teeth will grow in order from front to back. However, some babies will grow the upper front teeth first. This is rare.
When the baby starts to grow teeth, the teeth will grow at a rate of one per month, until about 2 and a half years old, when all 20 deciduous teeth will erupt. During this process, we must provide proper oral care for the baby, so that the baby can have healthy teeth.
Parents, don't underestimate the baby's deciduous teeth. Although they will eventually fall out, they will accompany the baby until about 8 years old. During this stage, the baby needs to rely on the deciduous teeth to chew food, and the baby will absorb more nutrients, so parents should take care of the baby's deciduous teeth. Take good care.
Nursing is also important during your baby's teething period. The food that babies need most during their teething period is breast milk, and breastfeeding is very beneficial to the baby's deciduous teeth, and it is not easy to cause dental caries. If the baby often bites the mother's nipple after teething, it is recommended to express breast milk into a bottle for feeding.
The baby is too young to brush his teeth, so parents need to clean the baby's mouth. Parents can find a piece of gauze, dip it in warm water, wrap it on their fingers, and then gently wipe the baby's gums and deciduous teeth, the action should be light and slow, so as not to cause damage to the baby's mouth. When the baby sleeps at night, never let him sleep with a bottle in his mouth, so as not to breed bacteria and affect the growth of the baby's teeth.
Parents can also buy a silicone massage toothbrush for the baby to brush their teeth, put on edible children's toothpaste, and start to brush the baby's teeth slowly.
After the baby starts teething, the gums will feel swollen and uncomfortable, so they will bite things. In fact, the baby will exercise his teeth during the process of biting things, but some things have bacteria on them, so the baby cannot Just bite.
Parents can prepare teething tools for their babies, such as silicone teethers, teething sticks, etc., and can also give their babies some biscuits specially used for teething, which will allow the baby to exercise their teeth, make the teeth healthier, and exercise the development of the jaws .
Silicone chew teethers are all one-piece design, no risk of suffocation, soft and durable, especially safe for babies to use, unlike other materials of teethers, not only easy for babies to bite or smash, but also have the problem of suffocation caused by falling parts.
Also, the silicone teether toys are dishwasher and freezer safe. When using for the first time, it only needs to be sterilized in hot boiled water or steam sterilizer. A quick and easy rinse with warm water after each use is so easy and saves mom time!
In order to protect the health of the baby's deciduous teeth, parents should take the baby to see a dentist regularly. Through systematic inspection, problems with the baby's deciduous teeth can be found and solved in time to avoid serious consequences.
If it is inconvenient to go to the dentist, parents can also check the baby's teeth at home, mainly to see if the baby's teeth have caries and looseness.