Avulsed Tooth

An avulsion in the tooth is described as the dislocation of the tooth completely from the tooth socket. It occurs due to sports injuries or falls from bicycles, bikes, traffic accidents and assaults. The treatment includes reinsertion of the tooth into the socket within thirty minutes of the accident.

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My 2-year-old baby's front teeth came out after accidentally falling down. What should I do?

Query: Hello doctor, My baby is 2 years old and accidentally fell down today, and his one front tooth came out, so will it be possible to replace it again? Kindly advise. Thank you.  Read Full »

Dr. Ummah Mohammad

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. In many cases, the fallen tooth can be fixed again. It depends upon how fast you reach your dentist or how you have preserved the tooth in the meanwhile. I would suggest you to put the tooth in milk till you reach your dentist, make an appointment for today itself. Let...  Read Full »

Is it possible to refix the tooth fallen from the tooth socket?

Query: Hi doctor,A tooth from my upper jaw came out before three hours. I do not have pain. What to do?  Read Full »

Dr. Muzaffer Hussain Parray

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please mention whether it came on its own or due to trauma. You need to keep the wound clean and do not touch the area repeatedly. Avoid sucking the wound. Avoid taking medications like antibiotics or painkillers for the first 24 hours. Avoid gargling and using mouth wa...  Read Full »

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