My dd, age 3.75, has some deep looking brown spots in her back incisors. I trip to the dentist and x-rays led to recommendations of pulpotomies (root canals of these baby teeth) and stainless steel crowns. My boy, age 5, perfect teeth. Gee, this must have something to do with her being allergic to gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs, tomatoes, potatoes, peas, peppers, eggplants and peanuts. But I'm not bitter or anything.
I really want to avoid having metal in her mouth, as the crowns contain trace amounts of nickel and she has reacted to that in the past.
I have started her on 4 cell salts, including silicea and bioplasma. I have an order in for pascalite clay for packing at night. I was just reading up on Uncle Harry's remineralization powder and it talks about remineralizing the enamal and stopping further decay. I'm not sure about the correct terms, but I think the decay has gone well past the enamel, into the dentin? or something like that.
Do I have any hope of fully "healing" these teeth? Or do I just need to get the invasive dental work done to avoid infections/extractions? These teeth woud normally not fall out on their own until around age 13.
I am on the search for ceramic crowns, but sounds like difficult for kids and very, very cost prohibitive.