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one of my worst fears was confirmed:( dd's teeth:/

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I have enamel hypocalcification. I've always worried my daughters would have it too.
My daughter is 4, and ever since she's had her eye teeth, there was two brown spots on them. I've asked her drs many throughout the yesrs , what this was. Her Dr always said "oh its fine"
She has a new Dr now, and I didn't even ask she just came out and told me.

I am thankful finally a Dr told me what's going on with her teeth, she prescribed her a vitamin to help with her teeth and gave me a referral to a dentist to make sure they will still accept her even though she's so young.

But it still sucks, I didn't ever want to pass this on to my children:/
Posted by Anonymous on May. 7, 2015 at 11:28 AM
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blue.butterfly
by on May. 7, 2015 at 11:32 AM

No one ever wants to pass on the "bad" part of their genetics to their children. :/

(((HUGS)))

The good news is that cosmetic dentistry has come such a long way and she can eventually have the perfect teeth you always hoped she'd have. 

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