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    Basically as title says, my boy just turned 4 this oct. his 4 teeths had bad cavities and 8 teeth have uneven or rough surface and rest bottom front teeth are so far absolutely fine. I'm nt here to justify myself for this decay but he doesnt like sweets/chocolate etc. he is on way too much milk. and he stopped his night feeds when he was 2 year old. now the damage has been done. on and off he has toothache where he has cavities. he never complaint the front teeth though but dentist thinks he may later start developing cavities there too and end up the same.

    I to be honest dont agree with dentist, I feel like the only teeth that are necessary to remove are the one that have cavities, not the one with rough surfaces. my heart really goes out when I think that he wont be having the chewing teeth but also the front one, he wont able to eat and as well as he will loose confidence. when I argue with dentist about ghe front teeth, her explanation is ghat sooner or later he will be having cavities in them too and he will need to go to enesthetic operation again, which she doesnt want yo risk. thats why removing 4 chewing and 8 upper teeth, so he wont be having any teeth in upper jaw at all.
    is there anyone in the same boat. any suggestion please. I m so worried and somewhere deep down I m feelibg guilty too for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CameronMcGrath View Post
    Basically as title says, my boy just turned 4 this oct. his 4 teeths had bad cavities and 8 teeth have uneven or rough surface and rest bottom front teeth are so far absolutely fine. I'm nt here to justify myself for this decay but he doesnt like sweets/chocolate etc. he is on way too much milk. and he stopped his night feeds when he was 2 year old. now the damage has been done. on and off he has toothache where he has cavities. he never complaint the front teeth though but dentist thinks he may later start developing cavities there too and end up the same. I to be honest dont agree with dentist, I feel like the only teeth that are necessary to remove are the one that have cavities, not the one with rough surfaces. my heart really goes out when I think that he wont be having the chewing teeth but also the front one, he wont able to eat and as well as he will loose confidence. when I argue with dentist about ghe front teeth, her explanation is ghat sooner or later he will be having cavities in them too and he will need to go to enesthetic operation again, which she doesnt want yo risk. thats why removing 4 chewing and 8 upper teeth, so he wont be having any teeth in upper jaw at all. is there anyone in the same boat. any suggestion please. I m so worried and somewhere deep down I m feelibg guilty too for this.
    I think it's nothing special, just as simple skills

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    That sounds terrific to have a 12th teeth extraction at the same time, definitely, that is not a good idea, however, I am not a specialist in that domain, but for sure there could be another solution, but 12 teeth, that's too much. In case you do not have a good dentist, or you are looking for another specialist or some additional information, go to dentalservicesmaryland.com, since those guys really know how to do their job, all my family, and relatives are going there since it is a tradition to us. Reasonable priced, 100% trust, and good professionalism.

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