The most common emergencies in dentistry in children are generally divided into two groups:
- Injuries caused by impact / fall
Injuries caused by impact / fall
As many of us know, children learn to walk by dream. These falls can usually be avoided undamaged or sometimes undesirable. If your child is in the dentition period (0-6 years), sometimes the anterior milk teeth may be completely or partially buried in the jawbone due to impact and fall. Usually within 3-9 months, these teeth again from the old place. However, in addition to the possibility of damaging the permanent teeth under these teeth during impact, a pedodontist / dentist should be consulted as soon as possible due to fractures of the jaw.
If the child's permanent anterior teeth have been broken or cracked or gingival injury has been caused by a fall or impact, a pediatric dentist should be consulted as soon as possible. Rinsing the mouth with lukewarm water and performing cold compresses instead of injuries will prevent swelling after the time that goes to the dentist. In addition, the broken part should be taken to the pediatric dentist / dentist immediately. It should not be forgotten that early interventions prevent serious problems in the future. When the permanent teeth that are dislodged as a result of injury are put back into place, the chance of recovery is very high. In cases where the tooth is completely removed from the nest, the tooth should be kept intact without touching the root tip, and saline, milk or water should be placed in cases where these cannot be found.
One of the most common conditions is sudden toothache, which usually occurs at night. In such cases, first rinse the mouth with water to make your child comfortable. Then clean your teeth with a toothbrush and floss. Sometimes only through these two methods; you can easily relieve your child's toothache by removing food residues stuck between the teeth. If the pain does not disappear after these two procedures; pulpitis pain in the teeth started painful condition. To alleviate existing pain, apply cold water or ice to the area of the aching tooth. Cold application will reduce the pain. Never apply HOT WATER or ASPIRINE to the aching tooth. If the pain does not stop despite all these procedures, the use of a painkiller syrup or tablet recommended by your dentist will reduce the pain.