If likened to a building, milk teeth are the foundation for permanent teeth that will emerge to replace baby teeth. Once one fruit has appeared, it means it’s time for you to start treating tiny milk teeth. Imagine if the milk teeth are damaged before their time and the adult teeth are forced to grow optimally.
Not only serves to eat, baby milk teeth have also been used in a 2012 study on autism.
In his research, Ray Palmer, PhD and colleagues from the University of Texas Health Science Center looked at the causes of autism by using baby milk teeth.
This research is very grounded considering the milk teeth have been formed in the third month of pregnancy, while the appearance of teeth on the gum surface generally starts at the age of 6-7 months.
When Do Baby Teeth Grow?
Before the child is three years old, usually 20 …