The Anatomy of a Primary Tooth

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A primary tooth is what we all know as a baby tooth. Find out about the anatomy of a primary tooth with help from an experienced dental professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I am Dr. Steven Roth from SmilesNY in New York City, where I am a cosmetic dentist. And today we are going to discuss the anatomy of a primary tooth. A primary tooth is what we all know as a baby tooth. It's the first tooth that comes into the mouth of a child. They look a little bit different then adult teeth. They're whiter, they're smaller. And the most important thing to know about the anatomy of a primary tooth is if you see something that's black, or brown, or red, or yellow that's within the center of the tooth it's most likely a cavity. And it's very important to take your child to the dentist to diagnose what the problem is. And to make sure that they don't get an infection. My name is Dr. Steven Roth, and today we discussed the anatomy of a primary tooth.

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