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Dental Trauma In Children

Dental Trauma in Children | National Dental Centre Singapore

Dental Trauma In Children - Symptoms

Dental Trauma In Children - Diagnosis

Dental Trauma In Children - Preparing for surgery

Dental Trauma In Children - Post-surgery care

Post-Trauma Care

  • Pain management: local anaesthesia may have been given during the dental visit. However, your child may complain of pain after the anaesthesia effect wears off. Pain medication should be given as prescribed.
  • Home-care: you should continue to brush your child's teeth with a soft toothbrush twice daily. Avoid the areas of injury for the first few days; instead, gently wipe these areas with a damp gauze soaked in an antibacterial mouthrinse, such as chlorhexidine.
  • A soft diet is advised for the next 2 - 3 days.
  • Attent the follow-up appointments scheduled for your child.
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