It is important that the prematurely decayed milk teeth continue to exist in the mouth as much as possible. Because the extraction of the decaying tooth causes chewing disorder in the child, lack of psychological self-confidence, crowding in the permanent teeth and some problems in the permanent teeth that will be replaced. For this reason, the first thing to consider in decayed milk teeth is to treat the tooth, not the extraction.
WHEN DO MILK TEETH LOSE?
The change of milk teeth occurs between the ages of 6-13. In this interval, first the front teeth, then the molars, and then the canines change, respectively.