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Why Your Child May Need a Space Maintainer - Colgate Professional

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Children may need space maintainers if they lose a tooth early or have a baby ( primary) tooth extracted due to dental decay. If either is the case, it is important to  ...

Pediatric Dentistry: Space Maintainers

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Nov 28, 2006 ... If a baby tooth is lost prematurely, you may need a space maintainer to .... We might be getting one spacer for the 1st molar, but the dentist ...

How A Space Maintainer Will Look In Your Child's Mouth | Oral ...

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Jul 16, 2010 ... How Spacers Space Maintainers Look In Your Child's Mouth ... happens if a space maintainer is not placed after a baby tooth gets extracted.

Baby teeth and spacers/toddler decay (milk, babies, parents ...

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A family member called me recently very upset , her child needed to have four teeth pulled and spacers put in (they are place keepers for perm ...

Pediatric Dental Appliances - George Scott Jr DDS

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Sometimes, primary (baby) teeth are lost prematurely due to trauma or decay. ... or “spacers” are inserted as placeholders until the permanent teeth are ready to ...

Dental - Does my daughter really need a spacer? - A Little Crunchy

www.littlecrunchy.com/2013/07/dental-does-my-daughter-really-need-a-spacer.html

Jul 17, 2013 ... My 5 year old storm baby went to the dentist for a pain in her tooth she had over the weekend. Poor kid, it was infected and so they pulled it out.

Dental space maintainers. / Complications of early baby tooth loss ...

www.animated-teeth.com/baby-teeth/a-baby-teeth-crooked.htm

An explanation of how premature baby tooth loss can lead to complications with permanent teeth. How wearing a space maintainer can prevent these problems.

Are extraction and a spacer necessary? UPDATE*** - Mothering Forums

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Mar 26, 2003 ... The total cost on this tooth extraction/spacer saga is going to be $470! .... I know how heart-wrenching it can be having a child with dental ...

Pulling a baby tooth - Mothering Forums

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Jun 10, 2011 ... My dc had a stainless cap fall off recently and her dentist said the tooth infected and needs to be pulled and a stainless spacer put in. My dc is.

How Spacers Are Used In Pediatric Dentistry - Dental Health for Kids

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Pediatric Dentist Michelle Kelman, DDS, shares advice for parents on the use of spacers in pediatric dentistry and how they are used to fix gaps in teeth. ... Baby ...

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Dental Space Maintainers | Colgate

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Dental space maintainers can help keep the space for an adult tooth open if the baby tooth has been lost too early. Learn about the types of space maintainers ...

What to Expect After a SPACER is Placed in Your Child's Mouth [pdf]

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Your child may feel uncomfortable with the new spacer for several days after it ... The spacer is intended to stay in your child's mouth until the new tooth starts to ...

Frequently Asked Questions | Spacer - Discovery Pediatric Dentistry

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Why are space maintainers needed? Our teeth fit together like books along a shelf. When a baby tooth is removed early due to extensive decay, infection, ...