My 10 year old daughter has a cavity in her molar. It doesn't hurt her at all, she just found the tiny hole when she was brushing her teeth. My question is - should I take her in and have it filled even though she will lose it, or should I wait? Or will they pull it? Has anyone else had this issue with their child?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:19 AM on Apr. 3, 2010 in Tweens (9-12)
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:03 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
I have a 9 year old dd and she has a cavity in one of her baby teeth. The dentist recommended that the cavity be filled because it may cause root problems or spread to other perm teeth. After having a could of these, my dentist recommended that she have her teeth sealed, or protected with a special liquid. This took very little time to do and now I am more confident that her teeth will remain in good condition. It is a fact that children who have good teeth have more confidence.
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