Does your baby make a lot of noise recently? Do you shed your spit again and again? This means that the baby is teething, and the teething may make the baby feel uncomfortable.
Tissue is usually between 6 and 24 months of age. Symptoms of teething are increased irritability, excessive sneezing, weakened and swollen gums, and a desire to chew everything.
It is easy to neglect care because children's teat is going to get out soon. But until the juvenile tooth comes out, it plays a role of chewing food. In addition, it is a tooth that should not be neglected because it plays a role in catching the way of permanent teeth.
Children are about 6 to 7 years old and their teeth begin to fall out and permanent teeth begin to appear. Usually the front teeth are replaced by the canines. If you fit in the order, the permanent teeth will also come out in order, so there is no problem with the new tooth coming out. However, problems may arise if the teats are removed earlier than normal.
If the tooth remains long for a long period of time until the permanent tooth comes out, the surrounding teeth may be scarce and the space for the teeth may become insufficient. In this case, the permanent teeth that come out in a narrow space can not be seated and can come out from the pothole or become malocclusion. Therefore, it is very important to help the teats get out of order in order to prevent problems such as sneezing and malocclusion.
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I will now show you how to treat such important teats safely without medicines.
1. Gum Massage - Gently massage your baby's gum with clean fingers and relieve discomfort and pain caused by teething.
2. Cold Spoon - If your teeth have not yet come out of your gums, use a cool chilled spoon in the refrigerator. Place the rounded side of the spoon gently to relieve the pain of the baby's gums. It should be noted that the spoon should be placed in the refrigerator, not in the freezer, and should not be used if there is already a risk of teething coming out of the gums or falling teeth.
3. Cool gauze - Use cold gauze soaked in water or breast milk to help your baby chew. As the infant enters the period of dying, it is advisable to have cold-chilled or frozen gauze.
4. Cold food - When people have an outbreak, eat a little ice cream to relieve the pain of the gums. If the baby starts eating hard foods, the same method can be applied to the baby. Give your baby a cold chilled apple sauce or yogurt to soothe your gums.
5. Cold Fruits - Like cold and soft foods such as ice cream, cool fruits such as apples or bananas, cut them thinly and give them to the baby. However, do not just give a piece of cold fruit, you should put a mesh feeder (mesh feeder).