Sunday 20 August 2017

Dental decay and children

Decay spreads through baby ( primary) teeth much faster than adult teeth, explains Dr Abigail Moore.

She says the symptoms of untreated tooth decay in children include: Pain or sensitivity Infection: facial swelling, abscesses ( gum boils) Difficulty eating Disturbed sleeping Damage to underlying permanent teeth Need for repeated antibiotics Anxiety regarding dental treatment. For more information visit

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