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Any dentists around?

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Rainbowinthesky Sun 21-Jul-13 19:50:00

Ds is 9 and her top front teeth are jagged. She has had reflux since birth and on tablets for this for past year when diagnosed. I cant remember whether her teeth looked jagged at her last check up (dentist said she had minimum damage to back of front teeth then and gave her high fluoride toothpaste).
I am worried as she lost her front bottom baby teeth when she was 2 and they looked jagged then but we didn't know she had reflux.

Rainbowinthesky Sun 21-Jul-13 19:53:00

blimey here is my original thread

Elibean Mon 22-Jul-13 14:17:23

Hi - not a dentist, but dd1 (also 9) has jagged edges on some of her teeth, too. She had weak enamel on her baby teeth, which rotted easily unfortunately - and the dentist has always painted her emerging adult teeth with stuff to strengthen them.

She has never had reflux, or any meds. Just jagged teeth confused

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