30 Oral knowledge questions

Oral knowledge should know 30 questions
Guideline: Every day from health to love, X,iamen Sihang and you relive the basic knowledge of oral health, always remember the importance of dental care!

1.If the deciduous tooth have a hole ,doesit to make up?

Teeth begin to grow since we were six or seven months old, and when we were twelve or three years old, the deciduous teeth were completely replaced with permanent teeth. The health of deciduous teeth is the guarantee for the smooth eruption of permanent teeth. If the deciduous teeth are very bad, it will affect the development of permanent teeth. If the deciduous teeth fall off prematurely, the teeth in the back will move forward, resulting in insufficient gaps in the permanent teeth. It may be misplaced. So the deciduous teeth need to be filled.

2.How to brush your teeth correctly?

You can choose any of the following methods, but be gentle, repeat multiple times.
Vertical brushing
Method: Place the tip of the bristles at the junction of the gums and the crown, press it slightly in the direction of the teeth, brush the upper teeth down, brush the lower teeth upwards, and repeat the same part several times.
Advantages: It can effectively control plaque, stimulate gums, and keep the shape of the gums normal.
Tremble method
Method: The bristles are at an angle of 45 degrees with the teeth, so that a part of the bristles enters the gap between the gums and the tooth surface, and the other part penetrates into the teeth and makes a short distance of vibration. When brushing the occlusal surface, the bristles should be placed flat on the tooth surface to make a short-distance vibration. 2 to 3 teeth per part, brush the inside and outside of the teeth.
Physiological brushing
Method: the tip of the brush is in contact with the tooth surface, and then gently brushed toward the gum

3.Is it possible for children to use adult toothpaste?

Children should not use toothpaste with a high fluoride content in adults. Because children’s hands-on ability is relatively poor, the bismuth-containing technology is not yet fully understood. If the toothpaste with higher fluoride content is used for adult teeth cleaning, the child will swallow too much fluoride every day, which is not conducive to the healthy growth of children.

4.When is the best time to protect your teeth?

The best age for bodybuilding teeth development depends on two stages:
One is from the second month of the fetus to birth, this is the development of deciduous teeth.
The second is from the birth to the age of 8 for the formation of permanent teeth.

5.What should I do if  deciduous teeth are too late?

Children generally change their teeth around 6 or 7 years old and continue to complete until 12-13 years old (20 deciduous teeth are completely replaced), but due to individual differences, some will be earlier, some will be later if more than 8 years old When you have not changed your teeth, you need to take your child to the hospital to check if it is a deciduous tooth.

6.Those teeth need to be removed?

The teeth that should be removed are: teeth with severe periodontal disease, the teeth are very loose, and the teeth can not be stabilized after treatment; the teeth with severe caries, most of the crowns are missing, and the bone around the roots The teeth are also destroyed, the teeth can no longer be replenished; the remnant roots of repeated inflammation and pus; the impacted teeth causing repeated inflammation and swelling; the multi-dental teeth and buried teeth that affect the eruption of normal teeth; and the teeth that cause lesions, such as teeth Cysts, gingival tumors, etc.

7.What should I pay attention to when replacing permanent teeth?

When the permanent teeth have erupted and the upper teeth have not fallen off, the doctor should promptly remove the retained deciduous teeth so that the permanent teeth are arranged neatly.
If the permanent teeth have not been erupted for a long time after the deciduous teeth have fallen off, you need to take a tooth in the hospital to check whether the permanent teeth are congenitally missing.

8.Can the tooth loss caused by external force be replanted?

The answer is yes. The dentist can replant the teeth. If the teeth are completely removed from the mouth by trauma, the teeth should be placed in a cup of water or a cup of milk or wrapped in a wet towel. Hurry down to the hospital for treatment. If you can reach the hospital within 30 minutes, the long-term effect of replanting is very good.

9.How to prevent rickets?
Eliminate the cause of paralysis, do a good job in oral hygiene, and brush your teeth effectively.
Proper use of fluoride improves dental caries resistance.
The use of pit and fissure sealant to isolate the cariogenic factors from attacking the teeth.
10.Which teeth are the rickets?
The first molar has the highest rate of caries (tooth decay). That is: at the age of 6 years, the first large molar (six-year-old teeth) erupted from the top, bottom, left, and right sides can be used to prevent the occurrence of rickets (fangs) at the dentist.

11.What is a six-year tooth?
The sixth-instar tooth is the first permanent molar, named after the average eruption age is six years old. Six-year-old teeth are important for the development of the maxillofacial region of children. If the early loss causes the second permanent molar to tilt forward, the teeth are not aligned. The sixth-instar tooth is a permanent tooth and will not be replaced for the rest of its life. It should be well protected. In addition to careful brushing, you can use fluoride and pit and fissure sealants to prevent dental caries in your dentist’s instructions.

12.What is pit and fissure closure?
The chewing surfaces of the bicuspids and molars are rugged and have some natural pits and fissures. Plaque is easily deposited in these areas and it is impossible to remove it by brushing or other mechanical means, so the incidence of pit and fissure is high. Dentists can use pit and fissure sealants to seal these pits to prevent plaque build-up, which can effectively prevent the occurrence of pit and fissures (fangs).

13.Does teeth cleaning  hurt your teeth?
Plaque and tartar are the main causes of inflammation of the gums, so it must be removed. The process of removing plaque and tartar from the tooth surface and polishing the tooth surface is called scaling or scaling, which is what people often say. Washing your teeth will not damage your teeth.

14.Why is the filling of the teeth as early as possible?
Because the cavity can be repaired to prevent the development of caries (fangs) lesions, restore the function of the teeth early, and maintain the integrity of the dentition. If not treated in time, the lesions will become larger and larger, from shallow to deep, sensitive to food such as hot and cold sweet and sour; when the damage reaches the pulp, causing pulpitis, the toothache will be very serious; When the lesion develops further, it can cause apical inflammation, periapical abscess, and even osteomyelitis of the jaw and loss of tooth loss.

15.What is “wisdom tooth”?
The third molar is usually erupted at 18-25 years old. Because of its late eruption time, it is often caused by an abnormal position due to insufficient position, so it is usually called “impeded teeth” or “wisdom teeth”.
16.Do you need to remove wisdom teeth?
When the wisdom tooth is pointed out, the specialist should be carefully examined and the cause should be removed as soon as possible according to the specific conditions. For example, if the cusp is removed and the excess gingival flap is removed, the wisdom tooth that is considered to have no retention value and recurrent inflammation should be as early as possible. Pull out to prevent future troubles.

17.What is included in the regular oral examination?
Regular oral health checks have two meanings:
1 A health check, that is, a health check conducted without a mouth disease or if you do not feel a tooth disease, instead of knowing that you have a tooth disease before going to see a tooth disease.
2 requires regular, not random. Regular time limits vary from age to age, usually: children from 2 to 12 years of age are checked every six months; those over 12 years of age are checked annually.

18.What is the significance of regular oral health checks?
1 common oral diseases (such as rickets, periodontal disease, etc.) are mostly chronic diseases, early symptoms are not obvious, easy to be ignored. Therefore, through regular oral health checks, early detection, early diagnosis, and early treatment can be performed.
2 There are many systemic diseases in the early stage of oral manifestations, often through oral health checks, and found to be a systemic disease.

19.What harm does the finger habit have?
The child of the sputum refers to the squatting and bending of the fingers, which can cause the anterior teeth to open the jaw, the upper anterior teeth to protrude, and the open lips and teeth to be damaged.

20.What is the danger of tongue or tongue habit?
Children have a habit of tongue or tongue, which can cause the anterior teeth to open the jaw and mandibular protrusion, and even form the anti-jaw. If the tongue simultaneously licks the upper and lower anterior teeth, the double arch arch is formed.

21.What is the danger of biting lip habits?
When the mood is not good, the lip biting action occurs, and the habit of biting the upper lip for a long time can cause symptoms such as the anterior anterior teeth and the mandibular retraction.

22.What are the hazards of unilateral chewing habits?
It can cause asymmetry on the left and right sides of the face, and the side that is not often chewed can easily accumulate tartar and tartar, which is prone to dental caries and periodontal disease.

23.What harm does biting habits have?
Often biting pencils and licking nails can lead to unsatisfactory closure of the teeth.

24.What is the correct method of mouthwash?
The mouthwash is contained in the mouth, the back teeth are bitten, and the lips and cheeks, that is, the muscles of the scorpion, are moved to make the mouthwash pass through the teeth, so that the mouth can be achieved.

25.Is it good to pick your teeth?
Some people develop a habit of picking teeth. After eating, whether there is food jamming in the teeth, it is always necessary to make it again. This makes the gums shrink and the roots exposed.

26.How to solve the plug?
We advocate gargle after a meal. It can’t be seen. You can use a toothbrush or a handkerchief or a towel to gently rub it out on the food stuff. These are much superior to the toothpick and will not bring anything. damage.

27.What is the definition of the mouth?
The oral cavity is the initial part of the digestive tract, participates in the digestive process, assists in pronunciation and speech movements, has sensory function, and can assist breathing. It has important physiological significance and is an essential organ for people to engage in various social activities in daily life. The main functions are: chewing, sucking, swallowing, speech, feeling, expression, eating food, participating in breathing, etc. Oral function is under the control of the central nervous system. It relies on the organs of the teeth, lips, cheeks, tongues, and ankles. It is accomplished through the contraction of the muscles and the movement of the jaws. It is the result of the division of labor and organization of the chewing system.

28.What are the tissues and organs contained in the mouth?
The tissues and organs contained in the mouth are: lips, teeth, cheeks, tendons, gums, alveolar bone, maxilla, mandible, hyoid bone, humerus, temporomandibular joint, parotid gland, submandibular gland, sublingual gland and these organs. Muscles, nerves, blood vessels, etc. The mouth is bounded by the lips, cheeks, sputum, and mouth. The nasopharynx continues in the posterior direction and the oropharynx in the posterior aspect. In addition to the teeth, the oral cavity has a mucous membrane covering, and its epithelial structure is similar to the skin, but it is different from the skin in terms of wettability, degree of keratinization and attachment.

29.What parts of the teeth are made up of?
Enamel It is the white translucent calcified hard tissue on the outer layer of the crown, which is second only to diamond.
Dentin It is the main body of the tooth, located in the inner layer of the enamel and cementum, and also the side wall of the pulp cavity and the root canal.
Cementum It covers the outer layer of the root, is thin, yellow in color, and has a hardness similar to that of bone tissue.
The pulp is located in the medullary canal and root canal and is mainly composed of connective tissue, blood vessels and nerves.

30.What is the role of saliva?
Clean scrubbing, antibacterial, digestive, and lubricating effects.

31.What does “periodontal” include?
Periodontal tissue is composed of three parts: periodontal ligament, alveolar bone and gingiva (commonly known as toothed meat). Its main function is to support, fix and nourish teeth.


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