The most common cause of infant dental damage is not just the baby teeth themselves.
It’s the way the baby’s jaws move around during the feeding process, when they chew and swallow.
“I can imagine that it’s something that happens in every baby,” said Dr. Michelle H. Sperber, an oral surgeon and chair of the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Miami.
“The baby’s jaw is very much like an extension of the tongue.
It moves through the mouth, it moves back and forth, and it has a lot of flexibility in that position.”
The baby can’t get a good grip on the food or swallow it whole.
This means you can lose teeth in the back of the baby tongue.
This is called the “baby tongue bite” and is an injury that occurs when baby teeth move around and bite their way out.
When the baby gets the “Baby Tooth Bite” the injury can spread throughout the baby, causing the jaw to break and the baby to lose teeth.
The “baby bite” occurs when the baby bites the front of its tongue and then the front part of the mouth.
The teeth break and bleed on the backside of the jaw, which can be quite painful.
“It’s a very, very painful situation that’s very common,” said Sperberg.
But what can you do to prevent it?
Sperburg said the safest way to prevent baby teeth breaking and bleeding is to teach the baby that the food will be okay and that the baby will swallow it.
“This is really important, because it will help to build up the immune system of the child,” she said.
This can be achieved by using soothing, calming food and a safe environment, such as a crib, or by teaching your baby to nurse on his own.
“In a lot, a lot more than just a feeding, the baby should learn to eat and to nurse and to feel safe,” said H.J. Moulton, a pediatrician and chair in the department of oral surgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
“You can’t have a safe, healthy child if there’s no food, no safe, normal environment.”
Moulon recommends feeding a solid food to your baby at the same time as he or she eats.
“A solid food will feed the baby for the most part, and will help them get more nutrients from it,” he said.
“And a lot can be done to prepare for that in a crib or a playpen or a crib-style bed, where there’s lots of toys and lots of room and lots and lots to play with.”
Sperbing said that, although the most common reason for baby teeth to break is a baby’s mouth opening and tearing, there are other possible reasons.
“There’s the possibility that they may have a toothache or a tooth infection, and there’s also the possibility of something in their throat,” she explained.
“So, it could be a little bit of a combination.”
S perber also said that parents should avoid having too many children, especially if you have children who are at risk of a baby tooth bite.
“If you have a child who is at risk, you should have a very small number of children, and you should definitely try to keep them in a small group,” she advised.
“That’s really important.
Because, when you do that, you have to be sure that you’re doing it safely.”