• Lump in relation to milk tooth 24 - Nov - 2017, at 23:59 PM - 1

  • My 4 years old daughter has been complaining of toothache (front). Recently I noticed a white lump (hard) on the gums and referred the dentist. The Dentist told not to worry as its the root of her teeth and need not have to be removed also. I am worried Kindly advice me..

  • milk teeth 16 - Feb - 2010, at 20:01 PM - 1

  • my 6 year old has developed some permanent teeth before the milk one come out. they are not even loose. i researched on the net and gather it's shark's teeth. how do you go about this?..

  • Retained milk teeth at 7 years 22 - May - 2012, at 23:31 PM - 1

  • Myson is 7years old but still got his milk teeth,but other teeth are coming behind his milk teeth,and those milk teeth are still strong..

  • My child's gaping milk teeth 11 - May - 2012, at 01:27 AM - 1

  • My six year old daughter's milk teeth are spaced out far apart and they seem to be getting further apart. Will her new set of teeth close the gap or is there something that I should do about it. Thank you..

  • RCT in milk tooth 30 - May - 2012, at 01:00 AM - 1

  • Good morning, The local Dentist has advised that my 6 year old daughter needs root canal treatment. She is still on her milk teeth and I was wondering if there is another treatment as this seems pretty drastic..

  • Impaction Of Milk Teeth 08 - Nov - 2012, at 04:28 AM - 1

  • My son is currently 13 months old. He got his first tooth at 8 months (bottom left central incisor) I'm concerned because that tooth is crooked, hasn't fully erupted, and no other bottom teeth have come in. He has his top 2 central incisors and the top lateral incisors are cutting. I'm worried ther..

  • Importance Of Teeth 25 - Jul - 2008, at 03:37 AM

  • To have beautiful smile, one should have beautiful set of teeth and that can be achieved if you know the importance of your teeth. The teeth help us to:- 1.    Chew our food properly which is essential for body growth and health. 2.    Speak properly –..

  • Why do we get two sets of teeth. nature could always give us one set of teeth and they could work for lifetime. Why is that milk teeth have to break and then permanent teeth have to come. Is there any scientific or medical reason for this..

  • How Pulpotomy Saves Teeth 09 - Aug - 2010, at 05:13 AM - 5

  • Many teeth are still lost prematurely even though we know the importance of the teeth and above all we have various techniques to save them. . The primary objective of pulp treatment of an affected tooth is to maintain the integrity and health of oral tissues. Primary teeth that are the baby teeth..

  • Retained milk teeth at 7 years 06 - Jun - 2012, at 02:41 AM - 1

  • 2 of my almost 7 year old daughter's upper teeth (next to the middle ones) have been moving for the last 6 months. The area above these teeth is bluish. When we showed the dentist (almost after 2 months of moving), he said there was nothing left in the teeth, hence the bluishness. Let them fall..

  • Retained Milk Tooth in the Mouth 06 - Aug - 2012, at 05:20 AM - 1

  • i am 16 years old and i still had a baby tooth next to my 4 front teeth on the right and had it removed and i was told that my permanent tooth would not come up on its own and am being refered to an orthodontist and i was wondering what he would say..

  • Loose milk teeth in 7 year old child 29 - Mar - 2011, at 02:27 AM - 1

  • my 7 year old grandchild has a right and left lower molar loose and the gums around them are very swollen, and I feel on the right side under her chin a little bump (swollen lymph node?) she is not complaining of pain and the gums are not reddish but very swollen. I'm just concerned and hoping that..

  • Bottled Milk at night in 1 year old 16 - Nov - 2011, at 03:31 AM - 1

  • just a quick question. We have trouble getting our 1 year old baby to sleep, we have been giving her a bottle of milk/formula to take to bed and it seems to be working. Is this a dental issue? will it decay her teeth or is it fine to do for a few more months? thanks..

  • My milk tooth can't fall out 04 - Oct - 2009, at 06:49 AM - 1

  • I'm 17 now and there is one upper tooth which won't fall out. Yesterday I got it x-rayed and the dentist told me that I have no permanent teeth on that location (it should be canine tooth if it could fall out). She suggested that I have it extracted and I should get braces put on. The problem is, I..

  • Hi, My son turned 4 in Jan2010. He had multiple cavities and complained of tooth ache once so I consulted dentist. According to dentist my son needs tooth extraction for 8 teeth with cavities, 4 root canals of molars with crowns and some fillings and all this will be done under GA. My son's teeth a..

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