Daily hygiene of newborn teeth in toddlers is the beginning of long-term learning and with what tools to maintain oral hygiene.

In small children who have only a few months, hygiene begins with the removal of sterile compressed teeth after the rations, Telegraph reports.

The importance of this action is to eliminate biofilm from the tooth surfaces in order to reduce the likelihood of multiplication of bad bacteria that cause caries.

Six Months Age

At the age of six months, the baby takes the first brush with a small head and a soft pencil and then begins to get used to brushing the teeth.

The most important role here is the parents who, by their example, teach children how to get regular dental wiping habits (the standard is to brush the teeth three times a day, but the minimum in the morning and evening).

Often, parents complain that they are struggling to brush their teeth, but it is a process that lasts and, as the child grows, will increasingly accept this habit, so if anything goes through the game and entertainment.

In the age of up to the first year, the maintenance of oral hygiene is sufficient for the children’s brush and water, while only about the first year begins to apply toothpaste.

At first, this is just a fit for the taste and it is enough to brush the toothpick teeth in order to reach the minimum amount.

It should be noted here that the basic tool is the toothbrush, while the pasta aid tool, therefore as such should be treated.

Over time, the amount of tooth can be increased approximately when the child is taught to mix and rinse the water with water, until then if anything is consumed, nothing harmful can happen.

Most of the children’s cakes on the market contain minimum amount of gold which works in a preventive manner, but only the choice of paste is not decisive.

Rules

The rule is that the child, up to the age of 7 years old, will be able to wash his teeth, because he is not able to do it in a qualitative and independent manner. From age 7 to 11, the child left his teeth, while the parent controls how has washed the teeth.

Only by the age of 12 is considered that the child is accustomed to having adequate and adequate to wash their teeth.

Throughout the process of acquiring hygiene maintenance, the will and the commitment of the parents are needed because once the habit of having regular dental wiping is achieved, it remains for a lifetime and leads to a healthy and happy smile.