Molars in children: symptoms of teething
Many parents do not know how to distinguish the root permanent and milk teeth. Parents come to the aid of the information about the formation of the incisors in a child.
Indigenous milk teeth
Many parents don’t know anything about the peculiarities of the milk incisors. A few interesting facts that will surely be useful to parents:
- in the milk incisors also is the root;
- they can be formed in the last stages of pregnancy;
- when it comes time to change the dairy cutter at constant, the root is gradually resorbed independently;
- the temporary incisors differ more than soft enamel.
When it comes time to change the canines begin to erupt molars in children, the root is gradually weakened. At this time the cutter begins to stagger. If not pull out and wait until it falls by itself, under the fallen canine can detect emerging indigenous permanent incisor. The formation of a permanent incisor or canine occurs on the background of weakening of the root of the baby tooth.
Most of the indigenous permanent incisors is formed before the age of 8-9 years. Some of them appear in 12-13 years.
When you climb the root permanent teeth in young children, symptoms can accompanied by a fever. How old is climb the root permanent teeth in children depending on the child’s body. Sometimes it happens that the child is only 2 years, and already cut molars.
The symptoms of teething
When cut permanent molars, this process in children is accompanied by the following symptoms:
- temperature rise;
- sensitivity and swelling of the gums;
- the appearance of cracks between the milk incisors.
- loss of appetite;
- itching gums.
The process of eruption of permanent teeth in indigenous children has an unpleasant symptoms, so a child in this period can be irritable. All this causes the child discomfort, so to notice the change even behavior — in children bad mood and deteriorating appetite.
How long will discomfort it’s hard to say. Teething, every child is different, sometimes this process practically does not cause discomfort.
When children get their first molars, it may be accompanied by a rise in temperature. The temperature increase is not a mandatory symptom. Often this is due to a lowering of the immune system, when all the forces of the body focus on the important process of teething. To ease the child’s condition will help the following means:
- antipyretic drugs in case of temperature increase;
- painkillers children’s products;
- cool compresses to the gums.
Increased temperature is maintained for no longer than 3-4 days and does not exceed a 37.5-380. If the temperature is above, accompanied by a runny nose and cough, you should contact your pediatrician, who will prescribe treatment. In this case, developing colds due to lower immunity.
When cut permanent molars in children, parents need to be especially patient and caring. No need to scold the child for whims, after all, this is due to his difficult condition.
When permanent teeth appear?
First milk canines and incisors in a child appear around the age of one and a half years. To three years the baby can boast a full «milk» smile of the twenty cutters. Milk fangs also have root, so we can call them indigenous. When the time comes, the root of the baby tooth becomes thinner, so it is easy to fall, and in its place appears the root of the permanent molar teeth.
Permanent molars are formed in children under the milk. Therefore, even if seven years baby teeth do not fall, do not think, if indigenous children don’t have – just haven’t gotten their time to erupt.
Eruption of permanent teeth in children occurs in a specific order. Nature likes symmetry, so the fangs are cut also symmetrical – that is, a pair of fangs on each jaw appear simultaneously. Thus, we can say that if began to grow, the left maxillary incisor, the right incisor is about to appear.
When cut and climb the first permanent molars in children, parents should be prepared for the whims and irritability of the baby. In some cases, this process begins very early, and then parents were worried that climb the root permanent teeth of the child, who is only 2 years.
As the molars erupt?
Permanent molars in a child appear in the following sequence.
As a rule, in the first place starts to replace milk teeth to permanent in the lower jaw. How long will be the process of changing cutters you cannot tell for sure. It depends on the individual child.
When to go to the dentist?
The emergence of permanent molars is an important stage of human life. The formation of teeth requires a detailed control in the event of development of any disease it was possible to start treatment in time.
If any permanent teeth need to visit a pediatric dentist, who will conduct a thorough examination. This will allow identify the following possible problems:
- gum problems;
- a violation of the mineralization of enamel;
- problems curvature of the dentition;
Often problems in the oral health linked to inadequate treatment in childhood. Therefore, a timely visit to the doctor will help to identify the problem at an early stage and successfully solve it.
To avoid problems, it is important to teach the child the proper care of the oral cavity, and also to take additional measures to ensure that the molars grow strong and healthy.
Very important in the emergence of the first indigenous incisors to visit a doctor. The doctor will prescribe vitamin and mineral complex that strengthens the enamel and can also recommend special gels with fluoride and calcium, which should be applied to the molars to support normal mineralization of the enamel.