Why are baby teeth important?
Baby teeth are critically important to your child’s development.
They serve many functions, including:
- Biting and chewing, required for good nutrition.
- Supporting the lips to present a pleasant face structure and smile.
- Providing the necessary tools for speech.
- Guiding the permanent teeth into the best position.
All of your child’s teeth will have switched over to permanent, adult teeth by about the age of 13.
DECAYED BABY TEETH MUST BE REPAIRED!
Here’s why our patients recommend us
“My experience at Dr. Saher’s office was very positive. She takes time to explain the treatment needed and that my child is comfortable. She answers any questions and we are confident with her knowledge.”