The First Teeth -Injuries And First Aid

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The first 2-4 years of life, accidents teeth represent 25-30% of all accidents.

If he hits the teeth should be immediately evaluated by a pediatric dentist, although trauma can cause damage to the permanent teeth, which is below the baby and to take preventive measures. At the age of 8-10 years again increases the likelihood of injuries to front teeth permanently.

The wound in the mouth may range from simple fracture (breakage) of the crown, root, or both parts of the tooth, an extensive injury, lips, gingiva, alveolar bone, jaws or a total ekgomfosi tooth (tooth comes from his position).

The most common damage to deciduous teeth are necrosis of the pulp, which are often the result of tooth displacement and particularly immersion bay. Symptoms of necrosis is the change of tooth color and the potential creation abscess.

In permanent teeth often fractures of the tooth and rarely fractures of the root, shift and full ekgomfosi (total output of the position).

Direct management by the dentist is very important for the prognosis of the injured tooth.

WHAT TO DO IF:

Skidder / BREAK THE TEETH

Find and keep the broken piece of tooth in water

Clean the injured areas with lukewarm water

T opotheteiste cold compresses on the face, to the injured area to reduce swelling

Press or give the child to bite a gauze in the area that is bleeding

Switch to the dentist as soon as possible

IF come out COMPLETELY FROM THE POSITION OF A PERMANENT TOOTH

Find the tooth

Grasp the gloss Part-NO root

Rinse under the tap or saline

Put it in place

If you can not, put them in a glass of milk, saliva or water child

Go to the dentist within 30 minutes

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