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Discolored teeth in a 2 year old since they first came in. Why?
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Event forming
Discolorations in teeth that are evident at eruption usually reflect events that occurred in the months/yrs while the tooth was forming.
A viral infection, exposure to certain meds (tetracycline) or Fluoride in excessive amounts.

In brief: Event forming
Discolorations in teeth that are evident at eruption usually reflect events that occurred in the months/yrs while the tooth was forming.
A viral infection, exposure to certain meds (tetracycline) or Fluoride in excessive amounts.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
In brief: Developmental
I gather from your question that your child is a year overdue for his 1st dental check-up, or this would have been discussed then.
Discolored baby teeth usually indicative of something that altered the enamel as it was forming. You must see a dentist so problem can be diagnosed. Please go now.

In brief: Developmental
I gather from your question that your child is a year overdue for his 1st dental check-up, or this would have been discussed then.
Discolored baby teeth usually indicative of something that altered the enamel as it was forming. You must see a dentist so problem can be diagnosed. Please go now.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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