Why Your Child’s Primary Must Exfoliate For Permanent Tooth To Erupt. If delayed, consult your doctor [Nurses Diaries]

      Why Your Child’s Primary Must Exfoliate For Permanent Tooth To Erupt. If delayed, consult your doctor [Nurses Diaries]

      Retained primary teeth is a dental condition in which the primary teeth refuses to exfoliate for permanent teeth to erupt.

      Retained primary teeth should exfoliate so that the permanent tooth underneath can come into the mouth. In some cases it doesn’t exfoliate and the permanent teeth erupt in an abnormal position.

      Why should we treat this condition?
      Why not leave the over-retained primary tooth alone?

      Over-retained primary teeth can cause problems if not properly treated. They can cause periodontal problems, tooth decay , weakening of teeth gingivitis.

      See also:5 Habits That Ruin Your Teeth

      It is clearly very important to always have your children’s baby teeth checked by a dental professional so that conditions such as over-retained primary teeth can be identified as soon as possible. Early treatment will improve the outcome.

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