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Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years. Mothers of three had an average of. More Kids, Fewer Teeth for Moms?

Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European research Skip to main content. THURSDAY, March 15, 2018 The Old Woman in the Shoe may have lost a tooth or two. Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years. Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European researchers.

Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European researchers. Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years. Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European researchers. Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years. Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European researchers.

Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years. Mothers of three had an average of four fewer teeth than moms with just two children, according to the team of European researchers. Nursery rhymes aside, a new study reports that the more children a woman has, the fewer teeth she has in her later years.

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Research carried out by scientists from the department of dentistry at Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands found that the mothers of three or more children on average have four fewer teeth than those with one fewer child.

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Tooth decay in children and adolescents continues to decline, with 55% of children and adolescents with caries-free permanent teeth.

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Preschoolers of low-income families are twice as likely to develop tooth decay and only half as likely to visit the dentist as other children.

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This is often more extreme with increased maternal age and parity and where there are pre-existing dental problems.

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Preschoolers of low-income families are twice as likely to develop tooth decay and only half as likely to visit dentists as other children.

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More people retained their natural teeth into later life, and there was a marked decrease in dental caries in children.

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Currently, 42% of children 2 to 11 years of age have caries in their primary teeth.

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It is also important to start good dental health habits early so that they will become routine as the child becomes older.

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infants and young children have fewer deciduous teeth.

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Sometimes at the same period, but more frequently some months later, four more double teeth slowly make their appearance, one on each side of each jaw, completing the entire series of the child’s first set of twenty teeth.

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Perhaps more importantly, however, is that each has the potential of making the dental experience more pleasant for both the child and dentist alike.

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