If you’ve just discovered that your child has a tooth that needs a crown, you may be wondering why it should be restored. After all, isn’t it just going to come out eventually, anyways?
Aren’t Baby Teeth Temporary?
Children typically lose their first baby tooth around the age of 5 or 6. They continue to gradually lose their baby teeth until they at last lose their back molars, somewhere around the age of 12. Even though baby teeth aren’t permanent, they’re still going to be with your child for quite a while. During that time, there are many reasons to encourage maintaining a healthy, functional smile for your child:
It’s important to properly care for and maintain baby teeth. They’re there for a reason! Speak to your dentist today about how to help your child maintain healthy, beautiful teeth.
Posted on behalf of:
Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates
1815 Old 41 Hwy NW #310
Kennesaw, GA 30152
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