Dental care children: Current studies show an increase in early childhood tooth decay. The care of the milk teeth is important, since it serves as a basis for healthy teeth in adulthood. Find out here how you can optimally care for your child’s teeth and effectively prevent dental diseases such as tooth decay.

Children should learn at an early age how important tooth brushing and dental hygiene are. A tooth brushing school and regular check-ups will help your child learn the right dental care right from the start.

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Coughing in children

What can be behind it when your child coughs!

In most cases coughing in children is caused by an acute viral infection of the upper airways. Other diseases must be considered if the cough persists, recurs or has a particular characteristic such as a rattling noise or high fever.

Coughing with colds

“Up to six colds per year are considered normal in children,” says Dr. Peter Voitl, specialist in paediatrics and adolescent medicine. The “banal” cold runs in two phases: “First there is a dry but unproductive cough. Mucus is then produced, which in turn causes a productive cough, with the help of which the mucus is transported away. There are various drugs for both cough stages – cough stimulants and expectorant juices,” explains the expert. The duration of the disease varies and ranges from 1-2 days to 2 weeks.

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A popular playground for children is definitely the tree house. A place where a child can retreat and let its imagination run wild. Just climbing up is a challenge for the little ones! The children’s tree house can become a dream come true for little princesses, pirates or anything your child wants to be. You as parents can get inspiration from your offspring and build the dream house yourself or order a finished one. Our goal today is to give you some creative ideas and practical tips to create a great children’s tree house in the garden so you can make your children shine.

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    Name: Food supplement containing 20 billion (20×10⁹) colony-forming units (CFU) per capsule.

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    Ingredients:Bacterial cultures, inulin, potato starch filler, vegetable cellulose capsule (HPMC), antioxidant ascorbic acid, magnesium salts of fatty acids. Bacterial cultures: 20 billion (20×10⁹) colony-forming units (CFU) of the following species:1. bifidobacterium bifidum2. Bifidobacterium breve3. Bifidobacterium longum4. Lactobacillus acidophilus5. Lactobacillus casei6. Lactobacillus reuteri7. Lactobacillus rhamnosus8. Lactobacillus plantarum9. Lactococcus lactis10. Enterococcus faeciumInulin: 110 mg

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“Meth Mouth: For people who are dependent on hard drugs, general neglect with poor nutrition and poor or no oral hygiene plays a central role.

Drugs are substances with a central nervous action that are used for intoxicating or pleasure purposes. They change perception and have a more or less pronounced addictive potential [1]. For the following article, current literature on drug effects on oral health was evaluated – due to the diversity of the topic, it is not intended to be nearly complete.

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Dentistry, Computer Science, Political Science: New Professors at the University of Basel

Two new professors have been elected at the University of Basel: Prof. Dr. Michael Bornstein becomes Professor of Oral Health and Medicine, Prof. Dr. Ivan Dokmanić Professor of Data Analytics and Prof. Dr. Denise Traber Assistant Professor of Political Science. Furthermore, the University Council took note of the mission statement developed by Regenz.

The University Council of Basel has appointed Prof. Dr. med. dent. to the clinical professorship for Oral Health and Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine with employment at the University Centre for Dentistry Basel (UZB). Michael Bornstein. The dentist trained in Basel has been Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology at the University of Hong Kong since 2016 and Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at the Faculty of Dentistry since the end of 2018; he will take up his professorship on 1 January 2020.

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Weather in Bavaria

The weather for northern and southern Bavaria today and in the coming 2 days TodayMorningFriday 14° 10° | 18° 9° | 18° 12° 10° | 19° 6° | 17°

At night partly clear, partly cloudy, cooling down to 11 to 2 degrees Celsius


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Tonsillitis Almonds: When should surgery be performed?

Every year 90,000 people are operated on the tonsils in Germany. The operation is one of the most frequent operations in the ENT area. For a long time it was controversial when and from which age surgery should be performed.

From: Tom Fleckenstein

In small children, the tonsils are still important for the development of the immune system. There have been many deaths after surgery. In Austria in 2006 even eight children died in one year due to heavy bleeding. A tonsillectomy is therefore not a trivial operation. According to the latest research, only part of the tonsils is increasingly removed. And there is a new guideline in Germany as to when surgery is recommended.

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Caries (dental caries, tooth decay)

The most important facts at a glance

19.10.2016, 13:06 hrs | Ann-Kathrin Landzettel

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Caries is a disease of the teeth. Bacteria in dental plaque decompose tiny components of food residues and form acids. These attack the tooth substance and lead to holes in the enamel if oral hygiene is inadequate.

Causes: How caries develops

Even though enamel is the hardest material in the body, it is not indestructible. There are three main risk factors for tooth decay: frequent sugar consumption, poor oral hygiene and plaque. Plaque is the ideal breeding ground for caries-forming bacteria (especially streptococcus mutans and lactobacilli). If they decompose the food residues and the contained sugar, acids are formed as a waste product. These attack the tooth enamel and lead in the first step to a decalcification of the weakened tooth surface. The affected area shows a light whitish colour and offers the bacteria an additional surface of attack. Without adequate dental care, the enamel becomes softer and softer. Eventually a small hole forms. This must be drilled out by the dentist and provided with a filling. If this does not happen, the caries eats through the tooth crown to the tooth root and finally destroys the dentin bone and the tooth nerve.

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Soon the little monsters and ghosts will rattle with their chains again – Halloween is on 31 October! Buaahh. So that the monster party doesn’t mutate into a pure sugar bomb party for the little scary spirits, I’m showing three creepy healthy snacks and decoration ideas for the Halloween party today. Your kids will love the creepy do it yourselfs!

These recipes and DIY ideas work of course not only for the Halloween children’s party, but also for adults. So braid your vampire’s teeth and jump at the cool scary recipes with yelling.

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First visit

The first appointment is purely an acquaintance appointment. In the first appointment we will usually “only” count the teeth. In this way your child will have confidence in us.

Preparation at home

You can prepare your child at home. You will help us to give your child a positive attitude. You can do many things with your mouth: laugh, talk, eat and kiss. Make your child aware that it is quite normal to deal with the mouth.

You will help your child a lot by only expressing yourself positively about your visit to the dentist.

Christina Cherry