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My son has a little bit of black on his developing teeth .Is it gum disease or is it just that he has developing teeth.

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Dr. Paul Grin
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In brief: Diagnosis is key

Visit a pedodontist ASAP for definitive diagnosis and treatment.
Do not delay.

In brief: Diagnosis is key

Visit a pedodontist ASAP for definitive diagnosis and treatment.
Do not delay.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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In brief: It needs to be seen

At 9 years old your son should not have any "black" on his teeth, and he should have already established a healthy regimen of brushing, flossing, and seeing his dentist at least twice a year. Now is the time to call for an appointment.

In brief: It needs to be seen

At 9 years old your son should not have any "black" on his teeth, and he should have already established a healthy regimen of brushing, flossing, and seeing his dentist at least twice a year. Now is the time to call for an appointment.
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