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What should I do if my childs tooth is fractured or chipped?

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Contact our office as soon as possible. Time is of the essence! Our goal is to save the tooth and prevent infection. Rinse the mouth out with water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. It’s possible that if you can find the broken tooth fragment, it can be bonded back to the tooth.
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If severe facial injury has occurred, contact your emergency room. Otherwise, contact our office as soon as possible. Time is of the essence! Our goal is to save the tooth and prevent infection. Rinse the mouth out with water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. It’s possible that if you can find the broken tooth fragment, it can sometimes be bonded back to the tooth. more
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Contact our office as soon as possible. Time is of the essence! Our goal is to save the tooth, protect the health of the nerve and prevent infection. Rinse the mouth out with water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. It’s possible that if you can find the broken tooth fragment, it can be bonded back to the tooth.
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A. Contact our office as soon as possible. Our goal is to save the tooth and prevent infection. Rinse the mouth out with water, and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. If possible, bring the broken tooth fragment to our office.
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A. Contact our office as soon as possible. Time is of the essence! Our goal is to save the tooth and prevent infection. Rinse the mouth out with water; apply an ice compress to reduce swelling if soft tissue is also traumatized. Once we have evaluated the fracture, we will recommend the best treatment option. This might include simply disking or “smoothing” a small fracture, to repairing with a white-colored restoration, to possibly more extensive needs based upon the severity. more
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A. Contact our office as soon as possible. If the nerve is exposed, treatment will need to be done which could include a root canal. A composite band-aid can be placed as a temporary filling if the nerve is not exposed. This will help reduce sensitivity and a permanent filling can be placed in 10-14 days if the sensitivity has decreased. Following any trauma to the front teeth: (1) Soft diet for 7 days (2) Over the counter analgesics/anti-inflammatory meds like Advil or Motrin every 8 hours for 3 days (3) Antibiotics on a case by case basis, particularly if soft tissue trauma/bleeding occur. more
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