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Milk Tooth Amputation

The decision to amputate a baby tooth is made depending on the child’s oral health status, the goals set by the dentist, and the child’s general health. Parents should follow regular check-ups and dentist recommendations regarding their children’s dental health.

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Milk tooth amputation is a widely used treatment method for milk teeth today. It is done in cases where tooth decay is very advanced.

It is done by removing the bruised tissue and the nerves and vessels affected by it. It is aimed to keep the tooth alive and continue its function. After the amputation treatment, fillings or crowns are made on the tooth.

Before starting the amputation and root canal treatments applied to milk teeth, the tooth is anesthetized After the teeth are numbed, your child will not feel any pain or ache.

In cases where the infection is very advanced, it may be decided to extract the milk tooth. In these cases, the detail of making a placeholder should not be omitted.

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