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Tooth Decay

Front 2 upper teeth have developed some decay in the upper part. Looks like dents. I have attached a picture for clarity.
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Hello...picture is suggestive of decayed tooth.kindly visit dentist for filling before it gets deepened.
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Dr. Kshitiz Rohilla Faridabad | Oral Pathologist
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These are teeth cavities and they need to be filled as soon as possible before they become deeper and cause pain to the patient.... motivation of the child for a better brushing is also required to avoid such cavities in other teeth in the future..... Regards....
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It is the start of a decay kindly take the child to a dentist and get it restored at the earliest before it gets deep..the smaller the easier for the kid..
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Dr. Sanjay Shah Mumbai | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Hope it's not a beginning of rampant caries of a small 2 year old..  Plz visit your dentist.. Feel free to consult Laser Smile Care Centre anytime. God bless u.  Get fillings done and make sure you keep the teeth clean.
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Its early childhood caries...
Visit to a dentist for filling of teeth..
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Dr. Selvanathan S Coimbatore | Dental Surgeon
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That's early childhood caries. Definitely needs intervention. It needs a filling. Kindly meet your dentist immediately.
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