A child’s first set of teeth starts appearing after the first six months of age. The bottom teeth erupt usually before the top teeth. The permanent set of teeth starts to appear when the child is about the age of six and till the child turns 14. But in some cases, the permanent teeth start erupting earlier before baby teeth fall out and it can cause problems to the child. Early teeth eruption may result in overcrowding of teeth and unwanted complications could occur. By proper nursing, those problems can be corrected.
Here are things we do to keep your child smiling
- Promote oral health for children.
- Formulate treatment plans.
- Diagnose oral diseases.