Dental pain can have devastating consequences for the future of your baby.
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The American Dental Association has published a report, What to Expect After the Baby, which looks at the prevalence of tooth pain and its causes.
It says babies can have problems getting their mouths full and the root canal is a major risk factor for tooth decay.
According to the report, more than one in five infants with a medical condition that causes tooth pain experience difficulty chewing, having trouble swallowing or getting their teeth in and out.
Another study found that more than half of parents with children younger than 3 reported having a child with a chronic dental condition that included dental pain, such as pain or inflammation of the root.
This is especially true for infants, who are the youngest of the three most vulnerable groups.
“If you are thinking about having a baby in the first year, it is worth considering the risk factors for the baby,” says Dr. Amy M. Zuckerman, a pediatric dentist in Seattle.
Many of these risks are tied to certain types of trauma, including car accidents and other violent events, she says.
There are many things parents can do to help prevent dental problems for their babies.
You can talk to your dentist or dental hygienist about ways to prevent tooth pain.
You can also take care of your mouth.
If your baby has tooth pain, you can talk with your dentist about how to treat the problem.
You should be cautious about any new dental procedures you do.
“There’s a lot of concern that these procedures could lead to problems down the road, so it’s important to do research,” Zuckerman says.