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A 14-month-old baby girl died Tuesday after being put under anesthesia for a dental crown procedure on teeth that had cavities, according to her mother, Betty Squier.

Daisy Lynn Torres was taken to Austin Children’s Dentistry in North Austin for the “routine” dental procedure, but halfway through the treatment, her mother was informed that a complication had occurred and an ambulance was on the way to take her daughter to the hospital.

A toxicology report determining the official cause of death will not be ready for weeks, PEOPLE has confirmed with the Travis County medical examiner’s office.

Daisy Lynn Torres died around two hours after an emergency crew drove her to the hospital from Austin Children’s Dentistry, officials in the Travis County medical examiner’s office told the Austin American-Statesman . The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners has opened an investigation into Daisy's death.

“Daisy was a happy baby full of life,” her aunt, Jessica Castaneda, told the Statesman. “She had just celebrated Easter with her family. She went to the dentist. Then her mother called me and asked me to pray because something went wrong and they were taking her to the hospital. Next thing we know, we’re planning funeral arrangements.”

Medical examiners haven’t released her cause of death, and representatives for the dental office have declined to say why Daisy was at the dentist’s office or what happened during the procedure, citing privacy laws.

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The sooner a young child visits the dentist , the sooner they get used to the experience, and ready for a lifetime of regular check-ups and good oral health .

The good news is that NHS dental treatment is free for children up to the age of 18.

The first dental visit is usually short and involves very little treatment. This visit gives your child an opportunity to meet the dentist in a non-threatening and friendly way. Depending on the child’s age some dentists may ask the parent to sit in the dental chair and hold their child during the examination.

During the examination, your dentist will check all of your child's existing teeth for decay, examine your child's bite, and look for any potential problems with the gums , jaw, and oral tissues. If indicated, the dentist or hygienist will clean any teeth and assess the need for fluoride . He or she will also educate parents about oral health care basics for children and discuss dental developmental issues and answer any questions.

A 14-month-old baby girl died Tuesday after being put under anesthesia for a dental crown procedure on teeth that had cavities, according to her mother, Betty Squier.

Daisy Lynn Torres was taken to Austin Children’s Dentistry in North Austin for the “routine” dental procedure, but halfway through the treatment, her mother was informed that a complication had occurred and an ambulance was on the way to take her daughter to the hospital.

A toxicology report determining the official cause of death will not be ready for weeks, PEOPLE has confirmed with the Travis County medical examiner’s office.

Daisy Lynn Torres died around two hours after an emergency crew drove her to the hospital from Austin Children’s Dentistry, officials in the Travis County medical examiner’s office told the Austin American-Statesman . The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners has opened an investigation into Daisy's death.

“Daisy was a happy baby full of life,” her aunt, Jessica Castaneda, told the Statesman. “She had just celebrated Easter with her family. She went to the dentist. Then her mother called me and asked me to pray because something went wrong and they were taking her to the hospital. Next thing we know, we’re planning funeral arrangements.”

Medical examiners haven’t released her cause of death, and representatives for the dental office have declined to say why Daisy was at the dentist’s office or what happened during the procedure, citing privacy laws.

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You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Become a dentist at the dentist office 2 and take care of these baby's teeth! Baby at the Dentist is a cute free dentist girls game where you can fix the dental problems of these adorable babies by cleaning and decorating the teeth. This is a fun game for kids that will teeth them how […]

A 14-month-old baby girl died Tuesday after being put under anesthesia for a dental crown procedure on teeth that had cavities, according to her mother, Betty Squier.

Daisy Lynn Torres was taken to Austin Children’s Dentistry in North Austin for the “routine” dental procedure, but halfway through the treatment, her mother was informed that a complication had occurred and an ambulance was on the way to take her daughter to the hospital.

A toxicology report determining the official cause of death will not be ready for weeks, PEOPLE has confirmed with the Travis County medical examiner’s office.

Daisy Lynn Torres died around two hours after an emergency crew drove her to the hospital from Austin Children’s Dentistry, officials in the Travis County medical examiner’s office told the Austin American-Statesman . The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners has opened an investigation into Daisy's death.

“Daisy was a happy baby full of life,” her aunt, Jessica Castaneda, told the Statesman. “She had just celebrated Easter with her family. She went to the dentist. Then her mother called me and asked me to pray because something went wrong and they were taking her to the hospital. Next thing we know, we’re planning funeral arrangements.”

Medical examiners haven’t released her cause of death, and representatives for the dental office have declined to say why Daisy was at the dentist’s office or what happened during the procedure, citing privacy laws.

A 14-month-old baby girl died Tuesday after being put under anesthesia for a dental crown procedure on teeth that had cavities, according to her mother, Betty Squier.

Daisy Lynn Torres was taken to Austin Children’s Dentistry in North Austin for the “routine” dental procedure, but halfway through the treatment, her mother was informed that a complication had occurred and an ambulance was on the way to take her daughter to the hospital.

A toxicology report determining the official cause of death will not be ready for weeks, PEOPLE has confirmed with the Travis County medical examiner’s office.


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