A dentist hearing a parent say, “My baby chipped a front tooth” is very common. While it may be hard to keep children still and calm during such an accident, don’t panic. Below you will find out what happens when your baby chips his or her tooth and what to do to help.
If your baby chipped a front tooth, Kool Smiles can help. A chipped tooth can cause pain or discomfort when chewing, or when exposed to extreme temperatures.
The best thing to do is to fix a chipped tooth right away. Follow these instructions to get through this common accident among young kids.
Your dentist will probably decide what kind of treatment your child needs depending on the severity. For a minor chip, the dentist can file down the tooth until it’s smooth. If your child has a big chip, then the dentist may offer two options:
Remember to always ask your doctor what is the safest choice for your child.
If your baby chipped a front tooth, let Kool Smiles help you fix it. We understand how important it is for your child to feel better and get his or her beautiful smile back. That’s why we offer quality dental care at affordable prices and accept most kinds of insurance.
With Kool Smiles, your child is in good hands. Call us today to schedule an emergency dental appointment with our dentists.
American Association of Endodontists: www.aae.org/patients/symptoms/cracked-teeth.aspx?gclid=Cj0KEQiApqTCBRC-977Hi9Ov8pkBEiQA5B_ipevSqGYjwTaFZdvA2lOoyRDBErguJvqYPoRSO_cOTD8aAvdM8P8HAQ
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