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Premature decay of teeth
My child is suffering from premature decay of teeth, cavity, teeths become yellow in colour and pain in tooth.
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Please consult your local homoeopathic physician. There is some scope in such cases in homoeopathy.
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Hello. Tooth decay in early age might be caused by sugary liquids or bad oral hygine. A proper dental treatment by a dentist is required to treat the already damaged teeth but in order to stop further decaying you may use homoeopathic medicines by consulting a classical homoeopath whose medicines will help you break the tendency of tooth decay
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Your child may have Early Childhood Tooth Decay. Seek immediate medical assistance from a Dentist to avoid Major dental work /restoration.
Next Steps
Stop expsoure to sugary liquids and food.
Health Tips
Use a clean wet washcloth, gauze or finger-cot to clean Child’s gums daily. Start using Low Flouride Toothpaste
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Hello, Bottle fed babies usually have premature decay if mouth is not rinse after drinking milk. After milk, make him drink water or rinse mouth.
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Consult a homoeopathic physician for proper medication. Regards
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Use calcium tabs and consult me......
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