Baby teeth are the first 20 teeth that children get prior to having the permanent 32 teeth. Primary teeth are very important when it comes to chewing and speech developments of your child as well as nutrition for their body. A good nutrition comes from chewing the food properly. Another scope of baby teeth is ” saving space ” responsibility. These baby teeth are actually keeping the space for future adult teeth hence extraction of these primary teeth leads to insufficient space in the jaw and orthodontics in later life.