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Is this tooth decay ??
Hello Doctors, My 3.5 years old daughter's tooth had developed these brown patches and some teeth has white patches. Are these brown patches are tooth decay. Should I be concerned about it ?? Attaching pic for reference
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Hello Greetings of the day .. Yes you are right these are very initial dental caries but not to worry as with your little efforts can be cure completely it...
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take precaution while doing brushing as she is not supposed to do rough brushing on affected teeth...
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visit to me or get video call for further betterment
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This are demineralized areas due to tartar or calculus deposition... Scaling and a remineralization tooth paste is recommended but before this get dental check up done
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starting fluoridated tooth paste might be helpful in control
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pediflor kidodent kids bunny are some of the available brands of toothpaste for kids
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Hello dear Please be calm Yes they are incipient caries which are likely to turn into rampant caries I suggest you to get them treated as early as possible For further details you can consult me Thanks
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Yes. These are caries. Please visit dentist to get them fixed.
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Hello, Yaa it's definitely smooth surface caries best think is that it is in intial stage which can be restored.
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U should visit dental surgeon
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brush twice daily...will help prevent further caries
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Hello mam Greetings of the day I must appreciate you for being this conscious about your child's Dental Health. You are absolutely right. These are tooth carries. As these are milk teeth don't take them for granted as your daughter is very young and this teeth will not shed until she turns 7-8 years old.
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You should visit a Dentist as soon as you can. As carries are still in initial phase it can be Restored will filling materials and further damage can be saved.
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Take care of these areas more while brushing. You can visit my profile or my clinic for further details. Thank you
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That is a decay...visit nearby pedodontist and get it treated...
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Yea these are smooth surface caries.Dont neglect them. Visit a dentist soon 😊
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Yes, visit dentist for treatment.
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