Children are in an active stage of growth and development. Some common oral diseases, such as dental caries and complications caused by dental caries, abnormal tooth development and children’s bad oral habits, will affect the development of children’s jaws and occlusion.
According to the characteristics of children’s growth and development, early intervention of these diseases can avoid or reduce the harm of diseases to oral health. Therefore, regular examination, early diagnosis and early treatment are particularly important.
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1. Children’s first oral examination should be within half a year after the eruption of the first deciduous tooth (about 6 months old). Doctors can judge the risk of caries and provide targeted oral hygiene guidance.
2. Routine oral examinations should be carried out at least once every six months for children over the age of one and a half, In order to treat children’s oral diseases as soon as possible, it not only reduces the difficulty of oral treatment but also improves the therapeutic effect. For example, the treatment of caries, dentition deformity, gingivitis, correction of bad oral habits, etc. At the same time, doctors can provide parents with appropriate oral health care consultation services.
3. Regular oral examination enables children to gradually become familiar with and adapt to the dental environment, communicate closely with medical staff, avoid and reduce the fear of dental visits in the future, and better cooperate with doctors’ treatment.
4. According to the results of oral examination, doctors should timely adopt appropriate and effective oral health care measures, such as pit and fissure sealing, fluoride application, etc., according to the oral condition of each child, to reduce the occurrence of oral diseases.
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