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If my child’s baby teeth are just going to fall out anyway, why should I have them fixed?

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Baby teeth or “primary teeth” server as placeholders for permanent teeth. If they are removed too soon, or if they begin to decay, the underlying permanent teeth are affected. That’s why it’s critical to provide good oral health care in your developing child.

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