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Why Aren’t My Child’s Permanent Teeth Coming In?

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Most children will begin to lose their baby teeth around their fifth or sixth birthday. Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned and the fact that your child’s baby teeth not coming out can eventually lead to many problems. For this reason, it is important to consider talking to an expert orthodontist to ensure that your child’s smile is properly set and that any stubborn baby teeth are removed to prevent them from affecting any underlying permanent teeth.

In some cases, even after a baby tooth falls out, the permanent tooth just doesn’t come down on its own. In this case, orthodontic intervention is a great way to pull that tooth down as a way to even out the smile. A straight smile implies a healthy and bright smile, so it’s important to take steps to ensure your child has a beautiful, full smile.

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Tooth brushing Mistake No.1: “Not Using the Right Toothbrush”


Not Using the Right Toothbrush

Brushing your teeth is a simple and straight forward process, right? Not so. There are dozens of mistakes that can lead to a bad tooth brushing job. This means you’re running the risk of more cavities and plaque. The biggest mistake? Not using the right toothbrush. But what makes a toothbrush wrong?

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Bleeding gums? If you’re picking up the floss for the first time in a month because of a pending orthodontist appointment, that’s no surprise. However, if you brush every morning and every night and your gums are still bleeding, you’re using the wrong toothbrush.

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