One scenario that parents can encounter is broken teeth among children. Children’s activity usually involve exercise, cycling or any activity that can cause injury to your children’s teeth. Therefore, knowledge regarding emergency treatment for broken teeth is necessary to minimize damage to your children’s teeth.
Broken teeth can involve many teeth with varying location. However, front teeth are the most common teeth involved. There are some conditions that predispose your children’s teeth to be broken such as protruded front teeth, structurally deformed teeth, and email hypoplasia.
Any trauma to the face and lips can injure your teeth in many ways, which include:
Trauma can directly or indirectly injure your children’s teeth. Indirect injury is caused by trauma to your children chin, causing the upper jaw to crash with the lower jaw. This condition cause indirect injury to the teeth.
If your children have broken teeth due to trauma, bring your children to a dentist as soon as possible. Early examination would result in bigger chance of successful treatment. For emergency treatment, you can do the following steps:
It would be better to keep your dentist phone number so you can consult to your dentist right away. “Every trauma to your teeth, no matter how mild it may seem, need to be examined by a dentist, to make sure that there is no hidden trauma that might be missed by the parents’ eye. For example: a seemingly minor teeth trauma compromising the teeth root,” said Edward H. Moody, Jr. D.D. S, vice president American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
As any other emergency condition involving your children, the key is to stay focus and stay calm. If you stay calm and stay focus, you can think clearly about the solution for your children’s broken teeth.
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