Monthly Archives: May 2017
When a woman finds out about pregnancy, she should not have the question “go or not go to the dentist?”. Of course, you need to go to the dentist, because many diseases are asymptomatic, and you can not suspect their existence.
Why is it necessary to consult a dentist after you find out about pregnancy,
even if nothing bothers you? Continue reading
Myth 1 – Milk teeth do not need to be treated.
In fact, milk teeth, as well as permanent teeth, play an important role in the life of the human body. The baby’s milk teeth are laid at the 6th week of the woman’s pregnancy, go through a series of stages inside the jaw (laying, formation, primary mineralization) and begin to erupt from the sixth month of the baby’s life, where a number of stages also pass after eruption (formation, stabilization, resorption). Continue reading