Unfortunately dental insurance overall isn't that great. There are some rare plans out there that do cover more but they are obviously more expensive too. Have you discussed with your dentist any cheaper alternatives? You could attempt to contact a local dental society to see if there are any free/low fee clinics?
Usually the central upper incisors come in first before the lateral incisors. There may be a severe gap being created but I don't think they would do too much for her at this stage. I would say that you could bring her to a dentist but most likely they'll keep an eye on it and take an x-ray when she's much older.
Its possible that it could be due to a procedural error on their part. Its also possible that the decay was so severe that it wasn't a good idea to try to save them with a root canal and crown to begin with and that any treatment would have failed on them.
Unfortunately I don't really know what happened. If you're not completely comfortab...
Well if the infection is due to the tooth, it should resolve on its own once the infected tooth is removed. You may want to see a primary care physician to see whats going on. Or its possible you may have other infected teeth
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