Join Date: Jul 2002
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first I wanna say that neither DH nor I have ever had cavities, so this is totally foreign to me. My oldest child is five and has absolutely perfect teeth. My little one just turned three and has these obvious holes in some of her teeth. She eats no sugar, very little dairy, no citrus or other acidic foods like tomatos (we have numerous major food allergy/sensitivity issues, are gluten-free, but do eat a very healthy diet). She is still nursing LOTS. These holes are not black nor discolored in any way, just little round indentations in the enamel. But, her teeth have always been kinda splotchy looking, not nice and uniform in color. I will be taking her to the dentist as soon as I can figure out what dentist to see. But in the meantime, I need some help, advice, support, information, links, whatever. My mother has really rotten teeth, though, so I'm terrified my littlest one has inherited that from her. Help!!