Symptoms of gingivitis in children and effective treatment regimens
The appearance of the first tooth of the baby is always a joy for mom and dad. They take pictures, make notes, take a spoon from their relatives and choose the first toothbrush for a crumb. After all, if you do not instill the habit of keeping your teeth healthy from an early age, he risks suffering from dental diseases, including gingivitis.
Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gum and occurs in 2% of children aged 2-4 years. By the age of 13, the ailment manifests itself to a different degree already 80% of schoolchildren.
With gingivitis The gum adjacent to the teeth is inflamed. If you recognize the disease in time, it can be easily treated. The complexity of the disease is that it is not easy to do this at an early stage.
Immature tissue of children’s gums easily lends itself to inflammatory processes. The causes of gingivitis in children are:
- Microbes. If a child regularly does not brush his teeth or does not do it at all, microorganisms that reproduce very quickly, contribute to inflammation. In 90% of cases, gingivitis occurs due to insufficient care of the oral cavity. Until now, the problem of improper cleaning of teeth is urgent.