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|•||Having a tooth knocked out.
|•||Dental intrusions, when a tooth is pushed deeper into the jaw.
|•||A dental concussion. This occurs when a tooth has been knocked. The tooth may not be damaged, but it can become temporarily or permanently discolored.
|•||Injuries to the soft tissues.|
|•||If your child has bitten their lip, tongue, or cheek and they are experiencing bleeding, you can place a piece of damp gauze on the wound. Have your child apply gentle pressure. If the bleeding does not stop after 15 minutes, it is important to seek immediate medical attention.
|•||If your child is complaining of a toothache, you should first help your child gently, but thoroughly, brush and floss their teeth. If nothing is removed, or you notice other signs of an infection, call our office right away.
|•||If your child has something stuck in their gums or teeth, use floss to gently remove the object. Do not use anything sharp.
|•||If your child knocks out a tooth and it is whole, first make sure your child does not have a more serious injury. Pick the tooth up by the crown and clean it off under cool water. Store the tooth in a jar of milk and contact our office right away. In many cases, knocked out teeth can be replanted.|
We Look Forward To Meeting You
Our front office staff is happy to discuss our services with you. Our dentists are here to serve your children and teens. For more information, contact one of our multiple Seattle area offices.
919 State Ave #104
Marysville, WA 98270
Phone: (360) 659-8100
9421 N Davies Road, Suite A,
Lake Stevens, WA 98258
Phone: (425) 367-4149
14090 Fryelands Blvd Suite 348, Monroe, WA 98272
Phone: (360) 863-8700
7104 265th Street NW. #110
Stanwood, WA 98292
Phone: (360) 339-8000