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Tooth growth

  1. 1. CONTENT : 1. TAKING CARE OF TEETH 2. LIFE HISTORY OF TEETH 3. TEETH FUNCTION 4. TOOTH GROWTH AND ERUPTION 5. TEETH STRUCTURE 6. TOOTH DECAY SYMPTOM AND TREATMENT OF TOOTH DECAY 7. TIPS ON HOW TO TAKE CARE OF OUR TEETH Members
  2. 2. TEETH ? • Hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense . • The kind of number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal. DENTISTRY ? • A branch of medicine that involves diagnosis, prevention and treatment of any disease concern about teeth oral cavity and associated structures.
  3. 3. LIFE HISTORY OF TEETH Malocclusion, Disuse Theory and the Begg Hypothesis The essence of Weston Price findings is this: The incidence of malocclusion amongst aboriginal peoples increased after contact with commercial societies and adoption of a contemporary diet. He found that in precontact aboriginal societies that virtually all individuals show a nearly ideal occlusion. Price attributed malocclusion to a change in diet. His theory can be stated as follows: Malocclusion results from the lack of chewing stress with modern processed foods; results in less jaw growth and more malocclusion. In a series of animal experiments with rats and Old World monkeys : Corrucini
  4. 4. LIFE HISTORY OF TEETH Theories of Tooth Eruption Play Pause Stop Butler's Field Theory (Concept of the Morphogenetic Field) Play Pause Stop
  5. 5. LIFE HISTORY OF TEETH Reptalia (crocodile) Play Pause Stop Traces of Dental Evolutionary History Picture of differences between crocodile and human teeth. Mammal (human)
  6. 6. THE SECULAR GROWTH TREND (ALSO KNOWN AS THE GENERATIONAL GROWTH TREND An increase in adult height An increase in adult weight Earlier maturation in both height and weight. The age of menarche has dropped by two years since the year 1800. Play Pause Stop
  7. 7. TEETH FUNCTION  The Paramasticatory  Age and Aging of Teeth Functions of Teeth In the daily practice of dentistry, we recognize the principle functions of teeth as mastication, esthetics, and speech. We also use teeth for purposes beyond their conventional role in our lives. Such functions might best be described as the use of teeth as tools. You have done it when you have opened a restaurant package of crackers or nipped off a piece of thread when sewing a button.
  8. 8. TEETH FUNCTION Play Pause Stop
  9. 9. TEETH FUNCTION Play Pause Stop
  10. 10. TOOTH GROWTH Types Age at growth Primary teeth: 1st Incisor 6 months - 7 months 2nd Incisor 7 months - 9 months Canine 16 months - 18 months 1st Molar 12 months - 14 months 2nd Molar 20 months - 24 months Permanent teeth: 1st Incisor 6 years - 8 years Baby’s first tooth 2nd Incisor 7 years - 9 years Canine 9 years - 12 years 1st Molar 6 years - 7 years 2nd Molar 11 years - 13 years 3rd Molar 17 years - 21 years
  11. 11. TOOTH ERUPTION Types Age at eruption Primary teeth: 1st Incisor 5 months - 12 months 2nd Incisor 10 months - 12 months It’s time to go.. Canine 16 months - 20 months 1st Molar 10 months -16 months 2nd Molar 20 months- 30 months Permanent teeth: 1st Incisor 6 years - 8 years Bicuspids 9 years - 12 years Canine 10 years - 13 years 1st Molar 5 years - 7 years 2nd Molar 11 years - 13 years 3rd Molar 17 years - 25 years
  12. 12. TEETH STRUCTURE Primary teeth
  13. 13. TEETH STRUCTURE Permanent teeth
  14. 14. TOOTH FUNCTION Types Function 1. Incisor Incisor is a tooth that has a root which is used to cut and cut off food or other objects. 2. Canine Canines are the teeth that have a root and has the function to rip the food or other objects. 3. Minor Wisdom Teeth Graham tiny teeth are teeth that had two roots are useful / used to grind and chew food or other objects. 4. Molar Molar tooth is a tooth that has three roots which have a function for crushing and chewing food or other objects
  15. 15. TOOTH DECAY SYMPTOM 1. TOOTH SENSITIVITY a) DEFINITION The tooth pair or pain caused by exposure dentin layer (layer of the tooth) or gum decreased recession. Tooth pain can occurred when: I. Eating food or drinking hot or cold drinks. II. Tooth contact such as breathing air sample through the mouth. b) TOOTH SENSITIVITY FACTOR I. Technique of brushing teeth. II. Too frequent brushing teeth. III. Drink or carbonated soft drink excessive. c) WAYS TO PREVENT TOOTH SENSITIVITY I. Use a tooth brush with soft fur and a special toothpaste for teeth sensitivity. II. Brush your teeth gently.
  16. 16. TOOTH DECAY SYMPTOM 2. TOOTHACHE a) DEFINITION Toothache is pain in or around the teeth. it has a always been a the main causes people to dental clinic especially for those who ignore oral hygiene. b) TOOTH ACHE FACTOR I. Tooth decay(dental caries) II. Gum disease(disease periodontal) III. Synus blockage c) WAYS TO REDUCE TOOTHACHE I. Make a treatment from dentist. II. Taking pain killer. III. Mouth wash or gargle, use floss to remove food residue in blend into the teeth. d) WAYS TO PREVENT TOOTHACHE I. Practice good oral health care. II. Get regular dentist III. Reduce the number and frequency of intake of foods or beverages high sugar between meals.
  17. 17. TOOTH DECAY SYMPTOM 3. PERFORATED TEETH 4. EASY FOOD TRAPPED IN OR BLEND INTO THE TEETH 5. TASTE OR SMELL LESS IN THE MOUTH
  18. 18. FACTOR OF TOOTH DECAY  Make a wrong choice for tooth product.  Lack of dental examination.  Smoking.  Drinking hot and cold water.  Ignore about the self cleaning.  Due of age and genetic factors.
  19. 19. TREATMENT FOR TOOTH DECAY 1. Treatment of damaged teeth:  Patch  Root canal treatment ( endodontic treatment)  Corona(crown)  Draw
  20. 20. TREATMENT FOR TOOTH DECAY 2. Tooth decay can be proven if you:  Reduce the frequency of eating or drinking sweet between meals.  Brushing with toothpaste containing fluoride.  Get regular dental examination:  consult your dentist about preventive methods, such as varnish fluoride and a gargling.
  21. 21. TIPS ON HOW TO TAKE CARE OF OUR TEETH
  22. 22. BRUSHING a) Brush at least twice a day b) Brush no more than 3 times a day c) Brush lightly d) Brush for at least two minutes e) Have a standard routine for brushing f) Always use a toothbrush with "soft" or "extra soft" bristles g) Change your toothbrush regularly h) Choose a brush that has a seal of approval by the American Dental Association i) Electric is fine, but not always necessary
  23. 23. BRUSHING TECHNIQUE a) Brush at least twice a day b) Brush no more than 3 times a day c) Brush lightly d) Brush for at least two minutes e) Have a standard routine for brushing f) Always use a toothbrush with "soft" or "extra soft" bristles g) Change your toothbrush regularly h) Choose a brush that has a seal of approval by the American Dental Association i) Electric is fine, but not always necessary
  24. 24. BRUSHING TECHNIQUE  Tilt the brush at a 45 angle against the gum line and sweep or roll the brush away from the gum line.  Gently brush the outside, inside and chewing surface of each tooth using short back-and-forth strokes.  Gently brush your tongue to remove bacteria and freshen breath
  25. 25. HOW TO BRUSH YOUR TEETH? Play Pause Stop
  26. 26. FLOSSING a) Floss once a day b) Take your time c) Choose your own time d) Don't skimp on the floss e) Choose the type that works best for you
  27. 27. FLOOSING TECHNIQUE  Use about 18 inches of floss, leaving an inch or two to work with.  Gently follow the curves of your teeth.  Be sure to clean beneath the gum line, but avoid snapping the floss on the gums.
  28. 28. HOW TO FLOSS YOUR TEETH? Play Pause Stop
  29. 29. OTHER WAYS TO CLEAN BETWEEN THE TEETH a) Interdentally Cleaners b) Oral Irrigators c ) I n t e r d e n t a l l y Ti p d) Mouthwashes And Rinses
  30. 30. Thank you
  31. 31. Group Members Rosita anak Damat Ernie Jain Satriani bt Dallin Philomena Rimbu anak Uyu End

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