Caries is a tooth damage that can occur with a child even at the time of teething. As practice shows, up to seven years this dental disease is detected in 80% of patients. Unfortunately, this indicator is growing every year. This is due to the fact that the enamel of the child’s teeth is not yet fully formed and cannot fully resist microorganisms that destroy children’s teeth. Early caries develops very quickly and leads to unpleasant consequences if treatment is not started in advance. But many moms and dads continue to ignore this problem.
Tooth decay in children
Caries is the destruction of the tooth, which begins with the dissolution of the mineral substances that make up its composition, due to which cavities form, or, as we are used to call it, “holes”. Continue reading
Sinusitis in children has pronounced symptoms and treatment should be followed immediately. With such a pathology as sinusitis in children (treatment is carried out taking into account the observations and recommendations of the doctor), parents encounter quite often. If you do not tackle this problem in a timely manner, then the child may get a chronic ailment, fraught with pain in the sinuses and a severe runny nose. Usually, pronounced sinusitis is observed in children aged 5 years and older. Continue reading
A lack of vitamins can lead to serious consequences, so it is important to know the symptoms of hypovitaminosis in a child. This condition is not difficult to be treated, unlike vitamin deficiency. The main thing is to notice abnormalities in the body in time and consult a doctor. Most often, a child’s hypovitaminosis has different symptoms. Symptoms vary depending on what kind of organic matter the body lacks. Do not forget that each person is individual – some indicators may overlap or indicate problems with internal organs. This is especially true for children whose immune system is weak. It will be correct to consult a specialist in a clinic. He will identify the cause of the problem, select individual treatment specifically for your case. Continue reading