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Hi, I observed some dirt in my son's molars which I couldn't remove by brush.. Wanted to check if - 1) is there any reason to worry considering his age? 2) whether molars are permanent unlike milk teeth or children shed molars as well?
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The picture is not very clear. Plz visit a pedodontist who'll check u r child's teeth and advice whether fillings are required. The primary molars  exfoliate but will have to be maintained in mouth till the child is 10 to 11 yrs age.
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no sir there no worry but you have to go through the dental checkup once since your child having the all milk teeth and in this age group there chances of dental caries because milk teeth are more prone to dental caries...thanks regards
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If it is milk teeth it will it ll shed but you should see the dentist if tooth has got non removable dirt.
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Kindly visit a dentist for a thorough check up, as he definitely needs dental care. Kindly consult.
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Hello..It looking like cavity in molar teeth.kindly visit pedodontist for checkup.
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Photograph is not clear. Consult your dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Always visit your dentist once in 6 months for check up.
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Yes you need to check it consult dentist it may be cavity
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