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My kid age is 1 year 4 months. Recently he fell down while playing and upper one front teeth edge broken. At this age can we apply cement to broken teeth? Or at wt age we can do ? Can some one please clarify on this.
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The teeth will need to be examined for any cracks or mobility. Xrays may have to be taken. Composite build up of the tooth is possible depending upon the extent of fracture. If the nerve is involved, root canal treatment may have to be done. Long term observation of the tooth advised.
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Get a Check up done and get an X-ray for that tooth. Get the tooth restored.
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Visit a local Pedodontist for the same.
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Please get the tooth restored. Else you may face other difficulties in future. Cements applied over tooth to fill cavities or build tooth structures are safe and tooth coloured. Don’t worry and get the treatment done.
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If your child has broken a tooth, it's important to consult a pediatric dentist as soon as possible. Dental treatment for children can vary depending on factors like the extent of the damage, the child's age, and the specific tooth affected. In some cases, if a young child breaks a primary (baby) tooth, the dentist might not recommend extensive treatment like applying cement. Primary teeth eventually fall out on their own, and the focus is often on ensuring the child's comfort and preventing infection. If a child breaks a permanent tooth, the dentist will assess the situation and determine the appropriate course of action, which might include applying dental cement or other treatments. The best course of action is to schedule an appointment with a pediatric dentist. They can evaluate the situation, provide proper guidance, and recommend any necessary treatment to ensure the well-being of your child's dental health.
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Yes ,it can be restored. Consult any nearest dentist in case of pain.
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Visit a dentist as soon as possible and get a correct diagnosis done.
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Treatment can be done at this age also
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Hello We can do restoration at any age.u can go for restoration
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Hi, A cement can be applied depending on the extent of the fracture. Visit a dentist and get a clinical evaluation done.
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Go for tooth restoration dont worry
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We can do dental treatment at this age(if required). Better Visit a local pedodontist for physical evaluation and treatment (if/as required).
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