I had 3 yo DS2 at the dentist this morning. The dentist has said that he has hypomineralisation on 3 of 4 of his 2 year old molars, that is, the enamel hasn't developed properly and is highly susceptible to decay or breaking down and the chance of him having sensitive teeth is also very high (which makes me so sad; I have highly sensitive teeth and it literally impacts my life to the point where I now have to get them all covered because of the pain it causes). Given he's so young she has recommended 6 monthly check ups and using tooth mousse daily to prevent the enamel from getting worse. In the future we may have to look at pedatric crowns or some other sort of tooth covering.
I've done a bit of googling but most of what I'm finding relates to older kids, 6-8. Given he's likely going to have these teeth until he's 10 or 11, we have a lot of years of dealing with these teeth and stopping them from getting worse.
Just wondering if anyone else out there has kids who have had this problem and what treatment they have had.