How to Handle Your Child’s Broken Front Tooth

Parents
What should you do if your child falls and breaks a tooth? In this video, you’ll get advice from Dr. Emily Hahn, a pediatric dentist with St. Louis Children’s Hospital, about how to handle a broken tooth. Find out what to do if it’s a toddler’s baby tooth or an older child’s permanent tooth. Also, learn everything you need to know if your child’s permanent tooth gets knocked out completely, along with info about other dental injuries.

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