Obsesses on tooth

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My kid is 6yrs old. He had paltherapy and 5 teeth had cap on it. Now he had small obesses on right bottom which have cap four months back now its clear. Last week he had small obesses on the upper front one now its clear. We gave him anto biotic when he had obesses. Just wondering can I wait till the baby teeth falls on its own or its better to remove the teeth.

Can anyone help me out?

 

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    I think you need to speak to your dentist, especially if your child has absesses which surely must be causing him pain.
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    What country are you in?
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      I'm in Uk. But the palthearpy was done in India. My dentist in UK says its my decision to remove the teeth or not. Since he doesn't have any pain at the moment just wondering whether to remove the tooth or not. What is the risk of not removing the tooth and removing the tooth. he needs to remove atleast 4 of this teeth and in that two of them are crown ones
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      I think you need to talk to someone who knows you, like your GP or Health Visitor or Dentist.  The Dentist is obviously shifting the onus onto you to make the decision.  Try your Health Visitor and aks her what she would do if it was her child you were talking about and not yours.  Baby teeth tend to drop out when they are ready and presumably if your little boy was in pain, he would let you know in some way.

      But, I would speak to your Health Visitor

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