Root canal treatments are recommended in children because you have to save the tooth or even primary needs to be saved till it falls off by itself because this gives you a proper smile or occlusion will not be hindered.
If the tooth is removed without doing the root canal treatment the smile or occlusion could hinder when permanent tooth erupts.
So it's always recommended appropriate to the age of the patient.
The primary teeth can be saved if the roots are existing, this should be told to your dentist when he sees an x-ray condition of the tooth.
So the children can also have root canal treatment without any fear in mind.
Parents need not worry about root canal treatment for kids. So it is always recommended to save a tooth.
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