I've heard "white lesions", "brown", "black", and "pitting" discussed here and at the dentist's office. Does anyone have a scale of what is not so bad vs worse and photos of what they look like? I'm not very experienced with this and would like some guidelines! I can get a pretty good look while she's sleeping at night, but not very sure what I'm looking at and how to tell if things are getting any better.
Thanks for any help...
Now I *think* I might be seeing some brown. Worried it's getting worse, but really I don't know.
My understanding is that it's the light brown or tan that is rapid decay. White is sometimes pre-decay, and sometimes hypoplasia. And dark brown or black is very slow decay, which has a chance of stopping. HTH!
Mama to two sweet boys, a 7yo and a toddler .
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