Birth defects....Facial bone

Birth defects....Facial bone

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Birth defects....Facial bone
Posted in 2015

The most common defects of the skull and face are cleft lip and cleft palate. Cleft lip is a separation of the upper lip, usually just below the nose. Cleft palate is a split in the roof of the mouth resulting in a passageway into the nose. Cleft lip and cleft palate often occur together.
Cleft lip is disfiguring and prevents infants from closing their lips around a nipple. A cleft palate interferes with eating and speech. A dental device can temporarily seal the roof of the mouth so infants can suckle better. Cleft lip and cleft palate can be permanently corrected with surgery. The likelihood of cleft lip and cleft palate can be reduced if a woman takes folate (folic acid) before pregnancy and through the 1st trimester of pregnancy.

Cleft Lip Repair

Another type of facial defect is a small lower jaw (mandible). Pierre Robin syndrome and Treacher Collins syndrome, which are characterized by several defects in the head and face, are among the causes of a small lower jaw. If the lower jaw is too small, the infant may have difficulty eating or breathing. Surgery may correct or diminish the problem.

My advise
1..  Take Calcium, Vitamin D and Vitamin K enriched food
2..  You will get Vitamin D in Sun light....Expose your body in Sun light Morning or evening for 10 to 20 minutes if you are fair in color ..if you are dark color you need to expose your body 15 minutes to 35 minutes.   You need not to spend money for it.
3..  Develop positive thinking

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