The feeding time, presence of deleterious oral habits and the development of malocclusion. .. influência do desmame precoce no desenvolvimento de hábitos. 60% of children aged months had the deleterious habit of .. entre Aleitamento Materno e Hábitos de Sucção Não Nutritivos, Rev Ass. Hábitos bucais de sucção deletérios em crianças: associação com padrão de Deleterious oral sucking habits include the use of pacifiers, thumb and other.
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Clinicians, by proper differential diagnosis and thorough understanding of natural growth and developmental processes, should take a decision for intervening.
This article describes case series reports of thumb sucking, finger sucking, and tongue thrusting habits, which have been successfully habitos deleterious by both removable and fixed orthodontic appliances. The cases shown are ranging from the age habitos deleterious of years presenting combination of both mixed and permanent dentition development.
Breast-feeding and deleterious oral habits in mouth and nose breathers.
Breast-feeding promotes several benefits in childhood, among them favoring the nasal breathing. Lack of breastfeeding is associated with dairy products intolerance and risks of getting respiratory infection 11 and diarrhea In the study Habitos deleterious et al.
Damaging Oral Habits
The study of Ferreira and Toledo 15 conducted with children aged from three to six years old showed that the longer breastfeeding period is, the lower will be the occurrence of suction habits, mouth breathing and habitos deleterious habits. Several studies stated that exclusive breastfeeding for six month will satisfy the suction physiological need of children decreasing nutrition unrelated sucction 416— The presence habitos deleterious deleterious oral habits may affect the neuromuscular orofacial balance, craniofacial growth and facilitate occlusal abnormalities depending on time period, intensity and frequency of habits.
It is possible to find in scientific studies the interest for this form of feeding, development of deleterious oral habits, dental occlusion and orofacial functions 17habitos deleterious21 Some authors also relate oral habits to breathing pattern, biting habits including bruxism 24— The interest for this study resulted from the theory that babies fed preferably with mother's milk for a short interval or not breastfed at all have increased probability of developing mouth breathing and deleterious oral habits than babies breastfed for at habitos deleterious six months of age.
Therefore, the objective of this study is to check the relation between breathing pattern mouth or nose breathingbreastfeeding history and deleterious habitos deleterious habits.