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Somebody (who may or may not know) told me that the color changes if it's growing or if it's stopped growing. Does anybody know anything more about that?
As far as I know, it's considered "not active" or stopped when it's turned black. Brown still means it's growing.
If I were you, I'd either wait and try to fight the decay or at least get a second opinion from another dentist. This one - to me - seems to be much too fast with the GA recommendation, espcially since there are only two small problem areas
Are you also using xylitol products? In my opinion, those are a real help to fight decay.
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