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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Thanks, at the moment it is not bad, but they won't know yet. She has 2 other teeth coming through (the ones next to the 2 at front teeth) and they won't know for a luttle while if they have been affected or not. This will be her second GA I have never been under but my baby has to go under for the second time

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    Forgot to update. She had it done, and they are fairly positive she won't need braces, her teeth are still quite straight but she has very big front teeth so they still can't tell me with any certainty that she will not need them. Pretty happy though. She went in and there was a 4 year old having 9 teeth pulled out because they were so rotten that poor sweet babe would have had a hard time. My little madame just had to be careful with eating and brushing the following day. With 9 teeth out she would not have had many left to chew with

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    Oh, we went back last monday and it was all fully healed.

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    Dss went under a couple of years ago for dental work. This time last week we tried gas for fillings and worked a treat!! I was concerned but dp is pretty strong. Dss flinches at loud Noises and touch but he did really well

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