A dental emergency can occur at any time
Whether dealing with a baby tooth or a permanent cracked tooth, it is essential to visit a dental care specialist immediately. While preparing to bring your little one in for a visit, use warm water to rinse their mouth and save whatever pieces of teeth you can find. Place the scattered tooth fragments in milk to keep them moist and alive. Lastly, give your child a cold compress and some painkillers to ease the pain until you arrive at the dental office.
Teeth can get entirely or partially dislodged after an accident. In such a case, you first need to locate the knocked-out teeth, pick them up from the crown (the part you chew with), and place them in a glass of milk or saline/contact lens
If some of the tooth is still in your child’s jaw, do not try to extract it, as doing so will only cause your little one more pain. Instead, ask your child to hold a cold compress against the cheek over the broken teeth and contact dental emergency services immediately.
A pediatric dental emergency can occur at any time. This makes it essential for parents to know how to deal with the most common dental emergencies and provide first aid immediately. This will help