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My daughter is 2.5 years old and she has cavity now from past 2-3 days I'm seeing white blister in her mouth. can you please tell me what is this I'm attaching her picture
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This is a clear case if NURSING BOTTLE CARIES. These teeth got decayed due to pool up of milk around these teeth during night. There is infection in those teeth which is trying to come out through the gums. She needs pulpectomy treatment to clean the infection and save the permanent tooth from getting affected. Consult an experienced pediatric dentist for help. If in Hyderabad we can help at Rajesh Dental Specialities, Dilsukhnagar
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Night after feeding either make her drink a spoon of water or wipe the teeth with a clean cloth
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There is infection due to tooth decay. Its better to evaluate it physically and with an X-ray. Please visit a nearby pedodontist and initiate the treatment
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the white blister you're observing in your daughter's mouth, along with decayed teeth, could potentially be an oral infection or an abscess. An abscess is a collection of pus that forms due to a bacterial infection. It can occur when tooth decay progresses and reaches the inner part of the tooth, called the pulp, causing infection and inflammation. It's essential to have your daughter evaluated by a pediatric dentist or a healthcare professional as soon as possible for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. They will be able to examine her teeth, gums, and the white blister, and determine the underlying cause of the symptoms. Treatment may involve addressing the decayed teeth, possibly through dental fillings or other appropriate procedures, and managing the infection to promote healing and prevent further complications. In the meantime, it's important to maintain good oral hygiene for your daughter. Gently clean her teeth and gums with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a child-friendly toothpaste. Avoid giving her sugary or sticky foods and encourage a balanced diet that supports good oral health.
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There is infection in the decayed teeth . Nothing to worry . Pulpecotmy can be done and infection can be removed .
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Visit paediatric dentist
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Regular check ups are important .most of them neglect baby teeth. But baby teeth are as important as adult teeth . They not only help the baby in chewing and speaking ,but also maintain space for the permanent teeth .If they are lost at early stage , Permanent teeth may be affected (alignment issues and crowding can be expected )
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It is abscess caused due to chronic infection in the front teeth. Visit a dentist and get it drained and treated as early as possible.
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To keep your teeth clean you must visit your dentist every 6 months.
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Yes, these are abscesses on top of the badly carious teeth that are draining out from the openings. All four upper front incisors need treatment. These teeth are not going to be shed for another 5-6 years. If you don’t get treatment for these teeth, they will affect function, esthetics and speech that can have long lasting consequences.
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Visit a dentist / paediatric dentist and get the treatment ASAP
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Hello Yes it is Infection due to tooth decay.visit dental clinic for treatment
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It's good to take a x-ray and do the investigation for better clarity bcoz since the tooth as cavity...we should know whether it is abcess..so pls take a x-ray as soon as possible and get the treatment done
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Upper incisors are grossly cariously. These have been infected since long and so there is abscess/pus formation in the surrounding bone and soft tissue above these teeth. In total all upper front 4 incisors are grossly carious and need RCT.
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Visit a dental clinic for treatment/RCT of upper 4 incisors.
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Primary/milk teeth play an important role in esthetics, and speech and are important to be maintained untill permanent ones erupt.
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