Severe tooth decay in a 3 year old girlsMy 3 year old girl has few teeth being decayed. Four of her front tooth already broke off at the outside and the there are to or three other teeth turning black or brownish back with pits forming.
Can someone please look into this and help with a remedy?
She had eczema but is she is cured of it now. She was allergic to many food items and that is mostly cured and she is able to eat many kinds of food. We don't ever feed her sweets or any processed food at all. All her meals are home cooked. I have given her some different medicines, so I am not sure what cured it or if it cured naturally
jacobsmom on 2015-04-06
jacobsmom 7 years ago
My suggestion is to post again, and ask for Rishimba
in your headline. He is a homeopathic Dr. who can look
at her overall.
I think her entire case needs to be taken, even
tho there are some specific remedies for the teeth.
Many dentists will argue about the breastfeeding, but
I agree with one dentist who says if there are multiple
cavities, then just stop the nightfeeding as a precaution,
if that is still going on.
Other Moms dealing with this have suggested that what
has helped them is having the teeth surface sealed every
6 months. If you have not gone to a pediatric dentist,
I would do that to take care of the damage that is already
there and get a remedy to prevent further damage.
And you may want to have these foods in her diet each
day bc they help stop an acidic mouth and stop plaque.
Tooth-friendly food includes cheese, chopped celery or chopped carrot.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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