- Daisy Lynn Torres died in March after being brought to Austin Children's Dentistry to get six fillings
- The 14-month-old was put under anesthesia, went into cardiac arrest and died
- Autopsy report in July concluded that there was 'no indication of dental disease or pathology'
- Daisy's dentist, Dr Michael Melanson, was suspended indefinitely by the practice
- Lawyer for the dentist disputes the claim that her teeth were not decaying
- His attorney said Melanson was not at fault, and that Daisy's best interest 'was everyone's goal'
Betty Squier says she never thought her 14-month-old daughter, Daisy Lynn Torres, would die going to see dentist Dr. Michael Melanso
But that is what happened when the mother-of-two from Texas took the toddler to Austin Children's Dentistry to have a pair of cavities filled back in March.
And now Squier says she is shocked and furious after her daughter's autopsy report published last month revealed there was nothing wrong with Daisy's baby teeth and did not need any dental work.