Nearly 80% of kids love to eat sweet and sticky food items. It is the main reason for tooth decay. This tooth decay is the breakdown or destruction of tooth enamel and that lead to cavities.
Tooth decay is caused by bacteria and consumption of sticky food which contain carbohydrates that are left on the teeth.
The cavities forming food items include Dairy products like milk, cheese, yogurt and other products like soda, raisins, cake, fruit juice, cereals, and bread. Bacteria that live in the mouth which makes the food substance acidic by forming a thin layer of plaque that sticks in the teeth. After a long time, the acids produce by the bacteria can eat away at the tooth enamel and finally causes cavities, It needs to say that most of the children have bacteria in the mouth due to not properly brushing their teeth and maintaining their oral hygiene.
Also they may lead to risk such as high level of bacteria that causes cavities, a diet high in sugar and starch, water supply with limited or no fluoride, poor oral hygienic, and less flow of saliva than normal are the risk that may includes the risk factors for children due to cavities.
If your child has a sweet tooth and you want to make it healthier by bringing the cavities and gums outside and keeping it healthy, visit our Dental Clinic. Our expert and our professional teams of dental specialists are here to give the proper treatment for kids without any pain and removing the cavities. They are also encouraged to visit us once every three months to maintain their dental and oral hygiene and to safeguard their teeth..
The dental pulp is the living part of the tooth. It contains nerve endings and blood vessels that keep your tooth alive and vital. When the pulp gets infected pulpectomy is the best treatment option to save the teeth. In pulpectomy, the entire pulp is removed from the infected primary tooth to relieve pain and prevent extraction of the tooth. The root canal is then filled with a suitable resorbable material.
Why is Pulpectomy preferable to Extraction?
The goal of pulpectomy is to keep all milk or primary teeth in order for the child to correctly eat, speak, and swallow. Early primary tooth loss might close the space needed for permanent teeth to develop, resulting in tooth misalignment. Keeping the infected tooth until the time comes for the permanent tooth to emerge will keep the space needed for the erupting tooth.