My baby is losing the baby tooth, what should I do?

The journey after the birth of your baby is going to be very active. Your baby would get the baby teeth after 6 months of birth, and these teeth will continue to come up till the age of 3 years. They are 20 in number. They are called as the baby teeth or primary teeth. They are also called temporary teeth because soon they would fall off, giving way to permanent teeth. Loosing first tooth is indeed a big moment for the parents and the child. A sign of growing!

It happens around the age of 4 to 6 years. There will be a time when there are both permanent and temporary teeth in the mouth.

Here are some things that you need to take care of when your baby is losing the baby teeth.

As a mother, you would be concerned about this process, but understand that it is the most natural and essential process. If you observe delays in losing teeth, visit the dentist. In any case, use medicines as the last resort, and only after consulting the dentist.

For most things, your motherly instincts will tell you what to do!


Author
Bello Dental

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