Children’s Teeth Are Bruised And Blackened After Falling?
my son is 16 months old and the left tooth just wants to grow and appears a little white and it keeps falling he first day he is swollen finally healed and after recovering so he bruises turning purple and so the tooth that wants to grow doesn’t look any better how to handle it and cure it Yes thanks
Thank you for the question.
The growth of a baby's teeth can take place from the age of 5 to 36 months. This tooth growth can be characterized by slightly swollen gums with the appearance of hard whitish spots from the crown of the teeth that begin to appear to the surface.
The impact around the gums and jaw of the developing milk teeth can cause the developing tooth matrix to become damaged and disrupted also the process of tooth growth. Depending on the extent of this damage occurs, your child's milk teeth can grow back well, or not.
As long as there are no signs of prolonged inflammation, such as swollen gums, pain, bleeding, etc., chances are your child's condition is not dangerous. You can compress with your child's gum ice cubes, while brushing his teeth twice a day, teach him to rinse his mouth, and give him food that is easy to swallow. However, if the child looks fussy and anxious, or other signs of inflammation appear more severe, you can check it directly to the child's specialist dentist (pedodonsia) so that it is handled well, okay?
I hope this helps.