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White spots on ds1's permanent teeth!

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KerryMumchingOnEyeballs Wed 22-Oct-08 22:37:20

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KerryMumchingOnEyeballs Thu 23-Oct-08 08:29:03

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CoteDAzur Thu 23-Oct-08 08:37:53

Too much fluoride? Antibiotics?

KerryMumchingOnEyeballs Thu 23-Oct-08 08:39:27

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LilRedWGoreandguts Thu 23-Oct-08 08:42:00

DD has this on one of her first teeth. The dentist said it is caused by a lack of calcium when the teeth were forming, which would make sense as DD spent a month projectile vomiting her milk before she was diagnosed with dairy intolerance.

LilRedWGoreandguts Thu 23-Oct-08 08:45:00

Ooops - crossed tenses. blush

KerryMumchingOnEyeballs Thu 23-Oct-08 08:49:01

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KerryMumchingOnEyeballs Thu 23-Oct-08 08:49:35

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LilRedWGoreandguts Thu 23-Oct-08 10:51:33

Not sure Kerry, as DD's are on her baby teeth. Dentist did say that it will be like that until she gets her adult teeth, so either nothing can be done or he doesn't think it's worth it as she'll only have it for a few years.

It's probably worth having a chat with your dentist and see what he says. It may be something else altogether. Let me know how you get on.

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