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How bad are wobbly teeth in a toddler after a fall?

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NomNomNom Mon 10-Oct-11 21:49:05

DD fell over tonight (didn't see how as had my back turned) and I noticed she had bleeding in her mouth but her tongue looked fine. One of her bottom teeth felt a bit wobbly then, but less so later. What should I do? Dentist in the morning? What if no appointment is available? How bad is this in the grand scheme of things?

honeylamb Mon 10-Oct-11 22:09:30

My boys have both had this, as have friends, in all cases the tooth has become solid again after a few days, I fed them soft foods for a few days - no apples! One of my.boys tooth did go grey, but as it was his baby tooth it didn't matter too much, big tooth since grown and it is fine. I would still take her to the dentist, so make sure it's all ok!

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