Wisdom Tooth removal

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- Sep 13, 2019 at 06:57 AM
My kid is 4 years old. Very recently, her gums started to bleed whenever she brushed. We showed her to a dentist in Brampton and found that she was having cavities and was on the onset of having gum disease. It was good that we took her in time. After 2 sessions of gum disease treatment, it was all okay.
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They did some scaling and cleaned her cavities. The next day she was having severe ear pain. Everyone thought it was connected to teeth. We called up the dentist and asked him. He assured it was not related to the teeth and told us to bring her for a checkup. He checked and found it was an ear infection which could be treated with a mild antibiotic. The following week she had more intense pain in the same ear. This time we took her to the hospital and Doctor told it was connected to the teeth and she might have some tooth decay problem which triggered the pain. We went to the dentist again and found that there was absolutely no problem with the teeth. We went back to the hospital with the doctor's letter confirming it is not related to the teeth. The hospital took her in for a serious check up and found nothing. A couple of days later it was gone. She still gets this occasional ear pains which last for some minutes. Still, don't know anything about it. Can anyone suggest a solution?
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