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Dentist advice please!

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H3mitch30 Thu 02-Nov-17 00:35:57

When my daughter lost her front baby tooth , the adult one grew and looked like a needle, it was an extra bit of tooth! Through not having this xrayed her adult tooth come through sideways , full 180 degree angle. She has had this since being about 7yo. I have had her at several dentists and each one has no rush to refer her to orthodontist as it isn's actually a problem to any other tooth growth.
She is approaching 13 now and i just cannot see her so upset anymore. NHS will not remove the tooth, just wondering has anyone used a private dentist and had a childs tooth removed through own choice and not a necessity?

Cakescakescakes Thu 02-Nov-17 00:36:42

This is in the wrong board

LornaMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 02-Nov-17 12:35:37

Hi OP,

We're just sending this over to general health now.


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