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Tooth turned black
One right side, bottom tooth of my daughter has turned black...till date there is no pain... Bt m worried in.future it will trouble her a lot. What should be the treatment
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If the tooth has turned black,it could be either initial decay or tartar,,so consult a dentist and get it checked soon.
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It will be a decay in that tooth, so you should consult with a pedodontist for the treatment plan.
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Hello, this might be due to cavity, so please get a check done preferbly by a child dental specialist i.e. pedodontist.
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Do not ignore as this could be serous and painfull anytime for the child. better to visit a dentist soon. take care.
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Hello Mam, you need to take her to a paedodontist for a check-up.Black colour could be due to caries. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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hello, there could be a cavity, visit a pedodontist and get it checked. get the filling done.
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Yes your concern is right. Show her to a dentist and proceed accordingly. Try to make her as comfortable as possible, as this might be her first visit. Your dentist will guide you out further. Get her treatment done well in time.....
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Hi,Please visit a Pedodontist or children dental specialist for getting the treatment done.The black indicates cavity present in tooth.
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It might be due to initial carious lesion on the tooth, which might need to be filled.. better to take her to the dentist and get the advise..
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Refer to the nearest Dental clinic preferably pedodontist.
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teeth of kids should be brushed regularly... try using themoseal kids bunny toothpaste, it's good..
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Hi Mam , pls visit Dentist , he wil do proper examination , it can be a cavity , but don't wait till she get pain in that tooth , it wil be too late so pls asap visit Dentist and get necessary treatment required for ur child , thank you . Dr.Venkat VDENTIS DENTAL CLINIC , Hyderabad
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It is good you have observed it before your child got any pain. It could be a cavity. Please take her to a Pedodontist and take necessary treatment! Hope you are brushing your child's teeth . Continue to do so. Dr Swati Karkare. ,Pedodontist at Child Smile Care. Nashik
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