Post by taketheshot on May 6, 2017 11:57:42 GMT -5
Help. A chipped her front tooth this morning. I'm a mess. Yes it's just a baby tooth but I do not want her to have a chipped tooth from now until she is 5-6years old and it falls out. Does anyone have any experience with this?? Since its the effing weekend, no dental offices are open.
Post by runningmommy519 on May 6, 2017 13:24:41 GMT -5
taketheshot oh bummer. S1 has a small chip and it's barely noticeable. One of my cousins daughters chipped a tooth this young and it had to be removed. Her new tooth grew in when she was 6 or 7. A friends son had the same thing happen
E cracked her teeth on the bathtub on a Sunday evening. She was fine after the initial shock of it all, bleeding stopped quickly. My ped said we had to go to dentist, they couldn't do anything for us. We got an early dentist appointment the next morning and they did an x Ray and exam. The big thing is the damage you can't see and if I had to wait 2days i might have been a little panicky too. We had the best possible outcome - no pulp exposed and no damage behind gumline. Is she able to eat/drink alright?
E has a chipped front tooth and will until it falls out in 5 years. Her smile is adorable. If there is no functional damage to the tooth there is no reason to do anything to it, but you could do it if you wanted to? Our dentist said they would be willing to fix it when she is older if I want (like 3 years old or so), but I'm not going to do it. Have you had a dentist visit yet? She had a much worse time at the dentist than She did chipping the tooth.
Good luck, and I'm sure she is fine. It's a good story to tell! taketheshot sorry wrong tag
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