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Indentation on forehead, from hairline to eyebrow, grinding teeth. Due to childhood head injury?

Noticed an indentation on the left hand side of my son s forhead - from the hairline to eyebrow. Was not there before. No trauma. However, he did fall out of a pram when he was two knocking his head on a bookshelf in a store - needed 28 stitches around the fontanal area. he does grind his teeth - I read up on this on google - seems a lot of people develop this over night so to speak - advice please YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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The indentation you have mentioned may be secondary to the trauma , there may be a depressed fracture which needs to be evaluated by a CT scan.
Considering the teeth grinding it is a sleep disorder unlikely to be associated with this injury, May be a sleep disorder/habitual disorder.
You need to consulta Neurosurgeon for taking CT Brain and the you may consult a Neurologist for his teeth grinding.
Answered: Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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