My daughter is 11 years old and we live in Leamington Spa. In her recent dental examination her dentist told us her four adult molar teeth should be extracted. One of those was filed couple of years ago and one has decay. The other two are OK. He advised us removing all four needed as her new teeth will fill the gap. My worry is not just only removal of these teeth including two healthy one but also potential underlying problem. She is strict about sugary drinks and brushes every single night. I am concerned if we remove these four teeth there is no guarantee for other teeth not to have same issues in the future as problem is not diet or hygiene related as far as I am concerned. I would be grateful if you give this concerned dad some advice.
Very many thanks,
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