At 6 months of age, humans begin to grow teeth and develop a set of large "milk" teeth. By the age of 6-7, children begin to lose their baby teeth and permanent dentition begins to form. Some parents ignore taking their children to the dentist because their baby teeth will eventually fall out. However, these milk teeth form the basis for the development of permanent teeth. Without proper care, lifelong problems can arise. In recent years, cases of dental caries in children have diversified. Therefore, it is always advisable to start dental care very early in your baby's life. This includes establishing oral hygiene routines and regular visits to the pediatric dentist.