Baby teeth decay: how is it treated on the front teeth?

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Rina
Asked at 2012-08-05 21:55:47
I noticed some spots of brown shallow right on the front surface of the teeth of my two year old son upper front . They are near the gums , but don; t touch the gums . At first I thought they were only patches of enamel, but after a closer look and do some research , I think those are small cavities. I'll call a dentist for an appointment tomorrow, but I'm very nervous and can not sleep . How can these cavities be treated if they are so shallow ? I think the only regular fillings may fall ! Does my child need crowns? Can the process be delayed (by time of something - like a seal ) to be a little longer (3 years or less) ? If you need crowns, will have to put under general anesthesia ? We have health insurance but no dental insurance. Does insurance usually cover the anesthesia? Through her help, I am very worried.
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