Cavities in baby teeth: Can they be cured?

Not only can they be treated, but they must be treated. First of all, so that the child does not have pain, can chew without problems, does not have bad breath (halitosis), infections, etc. Secondly, in the event that a temporary tooth must be extracted, this space must be preserved so that the definitive (or permanent) tooth can erupt in due course to avoid problems in the future (retained teeth, malocclusion, etc. ...).