Pregnant and Babies - Dental Clínic Smiles Design

A GRAVIDEZ ENFRAQUECE OS DENTES E POR ISSO HÁ MAIOR RISCO PARA A DOENÇA CÁRIE?

Don't. During pregnancy there may be worsening the conditions of poor oral health, but by itself the pregnancy does not increase the incidence of tooth decay.

DURANTE A GRAVIDEZ OS DENTES ENFRAQUECEM PORQUE HÁ PERDA DE CÁLCIO PARA O BEBÉ?

Don't. Calcium is present in the mother's teeth, stably and crystalline, not being available to the systemic circulation. Pregnancy does not provides increased incidence of tooth decay.

A GENGIVA SANGRA MAIS NA GRAVIDEZ?

Yes. Due to hormonal changes the gums may hurt and bleed easily, the situation worsens if there is no proper care of oral hygiene.

EM CASO DE DOR DE DENTES QUE MEDICAÇÃO PODE SER FEITA?

Never self-medicate. The pregnant should consult a Dentist to be rewritten or medication made the appropriate dental treatments address the painful situation.

UMA GRÁVIDA PODE FAZER QUALQUER TIPO DE TRATAMENTO DENTÁRIO?

Yes. Even requiring anesthesia. An oral infection is more harmful to the baby than the dental treatment. The ideal would be to make dental consultation before pregnancy to prevent oral infections during this period. Consultations shall be of short duration, preferably in the morning, being more shows the second trimester of pregnancy.

A QUE NÍVEL A HIGIENE ORAL DA GRÁVIDA PODE INFLUENCIAR A SAÚDE DO BEBÉ?

Oral hygiene is the most effective preventive measure to prevent infections of the oral cavity. The mother can infect the baby by means of micro-organisms from infectious diseases such as dental caries and periodontal diseases.

QUANDO SE DEVEM INICIAR OS CUIDADOS DE SAÚDE ORAL INFANTIL?

Must start with prenatal advice to parents about the importance of maintaining good oral health. Infant oral health care must be seen as the basis for a preventive education to provide normal conditions for optimal growth, development and operation. Even before the eruption of the teeth, to clean the baby's gums with a gauze dampened with water at least once a day, preferably at night, as well as establish correct feeding habits.

QUAL A IDADE IDEAL PARA A 1ª CONSULTA DO BEBÉ AO DENTISTA?

The European and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends the first visit to the dentist until the first year of age. Ideally these visits serve to an observation of the oral health status of children and inform parents about preventive attitudes, detect harmful habits (inappropriate use of bottle, pacifier) and establish a program suitable to the degree of risk of the baby.

QUAL A IMPORTÂNCIA DOS PRIMEIROS DENTES?

Temporary or milk teeth have multiple functions for the normal development of children, such as: aesthetics, chewing, keep space for the permanent teeth, Phonetics, influence in the growth of the jaws, breathing and swallowing. We must not forget that the last teeth to be replaced not fall before the 11-12 years and must perform their duties properly.

DEVEM TRATAR-SE OS “DENTES DE LEITE”?

Yes. Temporary teeth can be affected by tooth decay as the definitive. The characteristics of the first teeth cause, once that starts tooth decay, this advance quickly and affect the nerve tissue of the tooth as quickly as in the final. Avoid the pain produced by cavity is already reason enough to maintain the health of teeth, and Moreover, it should be pointed out that tooth decay is an infectious process and can affect the formation of the permanent teeth, as well as health in General.

COMO ACTUAR PERANTE TRAUMATISMOS NOS “DENTES DE LEITE”?

After a concussion is convenient to go to the Dentist immediately as an early treatment minimizes the risk of subsequent complications. In the case of temporary teeth, these can directly affect the formation of the final (changing the color, direction of eruption, etc. ..). If a baby tooth is accidentally removed should not try to put it in place, as there is the risk of prejudicing the permanent tooth.

QUANDO ERUPCIONAM OS PRIMEIROS DENTES?

The eruption of the teeth can cause some discomfort and symptoms such as increased salivation, anxiety, loss of appetite or trouble sleeping, are usual. Your dentist can give you some suggestions on how to ease the situation. Some infants may be born with teeth (natal teeth) or erupcionarem during the first month of life (neonatal teeth). Usually the first "milk teeth" erupcionam between 6-8 months of age and up to 2.5 -3 years of age 20 temporary teeth should appear on the child's mouth, although slight variations can be considered completely normal.

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