thumb-sucking


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thumb-sucking

nDaumenlutschen nt
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When he was a baby, instead of thumb-sucking, he sucked on the edge of his blanket and different parts of it all throughout the night.
There are several causes of misaligned teeth such as lost teeth, size mismatch between jaw and teeth, certain birth defects of the jaw, habitual thumb-sucking, jaw tumors, and others.
Still with respect to deleterious oral habits, 115 (52.04%) children were bottle-fed, while 53 (24.09%) used a pacifier, 15 (6.82%) were thumb-sucking children, and 47 (21.36%) used to bite their own nails (onychophagy).
Then they survey specific topics, among them bipolar disorder in children, excessive crying and colic, eating disorders in adolescents, hearing loss and deafness, school readiness, and thumb-sucking. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
An origin story sure to sour the disposition of every thumb-sucking fetus.
It's a big book, one that no one will wish longer, but its chapters move past like a crunching collection of singles and not a thumb-sucking double album.
* Regressive behaviors, such as thumb-sucking or bedwetting
Did you know most common orthodontic problems such as crowding of the teeth, gaps, protruding teeth, and bad bites can be inherited or caused by injury to the mouth, early or late loss of baby teeth, or thumb-sucking habits?
It also contains an entry about his son's thumb-sucking habit.
Also, it's probably better than thumb-sucking for teeth.
Protection of an actively developing baby with his or her unique DNA, and who can be seen thumb-sucking, hand-waving, and smiling in routine sonography.