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Commonly Parents Ask,

Why should we worry about cavities in baby teeth when these teeth will be replaced by permanent teeth later ? Parents should be extemely concerened about the health of their child's baby teeth and dental health in general because neglect or inattention can cause severe problems now and in the future.

It is important to make sure that even these "temporary" baby teeth remain healthy and cavity free because baby teeth serve several important functions:

They serve as spacers which maintain the proper spacing and alignment of the teeth so that permanent teeth have enough room to come in.

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They are important in helping the baby learn how to speak and talk properly.

Healthy and nice looking teeth are important in building self-confidence and self-esteem. This is especially important at such an early age.

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Disclaimer: The information contained within is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to serve as delivery of medical care. Those persons with specific medical questions should consult their dentist, doctor, or other medical care provider.