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Basic Concepts of Facial Growth. Size Increases and Remodeling. Mandibular Condyle and Growth. Growth of the face is a gradual and differential maturational process taking many years and requiring a succession of changes in regional proportions and relationships of various parts Figure An understanding of the mechanisms of growth and development of the face is pertinent to dentistry, in general, and is essential for the practice of dentistry. The objective of this chapter is to present an overall view of events occurring during facial growth and development.
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Child Development: Ages and Stages
Infancy Emotional/Social Development: Emotional Expression and Understanding
Mouth development begins in utero and progresses very quickly in the first six-months of life. It is during the first year of life that health and development issues can arise due to negative changes in face, mouth, and airway structures. While many traits are inherited, parents can help their children develop the best possible face, mouth, and airway structures through the use of appropriate feeding and mouth development techniques which include appropriate oral play. But first, we are going to talk about what can go wrong and why. At birth, most babies have similar structures such as a broad eye area, open nasal area, a flat roof of the mouth, and a pulled back lower jaw. With appropriate feeding and mouth development activities, these structures will grow properly.
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Child Growth & Development
An important aspect of parenting is understanding the changes your child will encounter during growth and development. As children advance through a sequence of growth stages they may face several challenges and relatively common problems. Although no children are exactly alike, there are universally accepted theories of human development and growth patterns most share.
As infants and children progress through a series of growth stages, they may encounter physical and emotional challenges, and some relatively common problems during these years. Growth and development includes not only the physical changes that will occur from infancy to adolescence, but also some of the changes in emotions, personality, behavior, thinking and speech that children develop as they begin to understand and interact with the world around them. In the first month of life, babies usually catch up and surpass their birthweight, then steadily continue to gain weight.