In recent years, the rate of cavities in children has been on the rise. There have even been cases of cavities in 4-year-olds, where the decay had reached deep into the pulp. If not addressed promptly, this can lead to complications like cellulitis. It’s crucial not to ignore cavities just because children will eventually lose their baby teeth. Correct oral hygiene practices should start from a young age. Early Signs of Cavities in Children Without regular oral check-ups, cavities in young children can often go unnoticed. Most children can’t accurately express where they feel pain or discomfort, making it challenging …

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