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Why is it important to repair cavities in baby teeth as they fall out eventually?

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Why is it important to repair cavities in baby teeth as they fall out eventually?

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Primary (or baby) teeth act as natural spaces for the permanent teeth. If lost prematurely, the other baby teeth drift into spaces and block the erupting permanent tooth out.

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