My son fell down yesterday while playing in the garden over a rough surface. I saw he was bleeding form the mouth. I took to a doctor. The doctor told me that his teeth was missing. I searches in the garden i did not got the teeth. Does his teeth grows back.
you have not specifed your sons age,in genral if your child is below 6 yrs than there might be the loss of decidous tooth(milk tooth) than there is no need to worry it would be replaced by permanent tooth with time ,you can get it checked by taking x ray (opg) but if 6 to 12yrs then there is a possiblity of permanent tooth loss and it will not grow again.
You should mention the age of your child? If it is a milk tooth so its will gradually be replaced by its permanent successor tooth, for this you need to take an x-ray of the affected region. If it is a premanent tooth, so replantation or splinting can be done. I would encourage you to take your child to the Dentist, get an x-ray done for the correct diagnosis and treatment plan.
You see, only decidous teeth (more commonly known as "milk teeth") are replaced by succidaneous (or "replacing Permanent teeth"). Now, if it was a milktooth that broke, than it should normally be replaced by a succidaneous tooth, at a particular age (as each permanent tooth erupts at a particular age ). However, an x-ray (an IOPA) of the affected area is needed to make sure & avaid any possible complication that may arise due to injuries to either the developing tooth-germ, or surrounding bone of that area, or both.
Also, you said that you searched the garden for the tooth..?! Rest assured that your effort, no doubt commendable, was futile, because only a fully avulsed tooth can be re-implanted, that too only if it was put in a suitable media like The patient own saliva, milk, or ringer's lactate within 10-12 seconds of getting avulsed, and cannot be re-implanted after 30 mins at the most. Even washing the tooth degenerates the PDL (Periodontal Ligament) by endosmosis, which makes the tooth unfit to be re-implanted.
hi the eruption of teeth depends upon the age and teeth nature, if the teeth are temporary or milky , then yes it will grow again, but if the kid age is in the era like 6 to 12 years then he will have mixed dentition , then if the teeth lost are permanent will not regrow. any how a dental xray can tell you the actual answer weather they will regrow or will not.
Dear Mohan, being a father you should know weather the tooth was a milk tooth or permanent tooth. And if you cannot differentiate than you should tell your child's age so that we can comment. Don't consult any other doctor other than a dentist. Get his X-ray done to confirm if he broke a milk tooth or a permanent one. A permanent tooth if broken will never erupt again. But if you can search for it in the Garden, it can transplanted again in the mouth.
hello sir u havent provided the age of the child.. anyways...easiest way is visit your dentist...get an x-ray of the affected area...your dentist will specify if the permanent tooth is lying below or not...if its there then in due course it will errupt thanks
You have not mentioned the age of your son? If the tooth lost is a decidous teeth then its permanent teeth will erupt only at the particular eruption period. See that an Xray is taken to know if the tooth has been avulsed completely or if the root is fractured and lying within the socket of the tooth.
Depand on which teeth it is..?
if its deciduous.(primary dentition) than it will grow back, but if it is permanent on ...than it will not.., if you tell age of your baby, and which teeth it is than we will able to ans you more accurately..
deciduous teeth are also very important..it play a vital role in permanent dentision
Firstly, please provide the age of your son. Also provide the location & number of tooth which was lost during the accident.
If it is a milk tooth , permanent successor will take its place.
If permanent tooth is lost, then sorry to say it won't come again & you need to get it replaced with a dental implant.
how old is ur son ,,,age of the patient is very important to consider milk or permanent teeth also did u get an xray do make sure no fragments remain inside as well the condition of the permanent teeth if there can be seen in x ray make sure to get an x ray done for further help mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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