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Decayed teeth
My daughter she is 7 years old, has 2 decayed teeth one in the front and another one in side. It needs any dental procedure or it can be rectified as soon as she grows  any natural treatment to make the teeth strong. Reply .
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Hi, the decayed tooth either will be a permanent tooth or a milk tooth. Milk tooth need to be restored as they keep spaces for permanent tooth, and permanent tooth need to restored as they'll be there for life long. Using a fluoridated tooth paste is one option. As such no natural treatment available for stronger teeth.
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Dear Sir, without examining the teeth we can't give a treatment plan. Even though she is going to loose her milk teeth eventually, it will be advisable to do the restoration of the teeth to avoid further decay, infection and further affect the permanent teeth
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Hello mam , we need to do full examination so we can come to diagnosis and plan treatment acordingly. Mainly age is very important . Some times it mig hr need restoration or sometimes rct .
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