"Most parents mistakenly assume that milk molars do not require special attention, since they still fall out over time. However, the danger of insufficient care for temporary teeth is that if they were struck by caries, the disease is almost 100% likely to occur on a permanent basis.
A pediatric dentist should examine a child in the following cases:
- age 6-7 months when the teeth begin to erupt;
- bleeding gums;
- the presence of dark spots on temporary or permanent teeth;
- the identification in the baby of logopedic deviations due to a short or long bridle;
- caries on milk teeth.
Also, a pediatric dentist diagnoses the curvature of the dentition in the early stages and corrects it by installing bracket systems. Early diagnosis of various diseases of primary teeth and their timely treatment will avoid problems as the child grows older.