Avulsion - Treatment Guidelines
It's not recommended to replant avulsed primary teeth.
A the initial examination make sure that all avulsed teeth are accounted for. If not it is highly recommended to make a radiographic examination in order to ensure that the missing tooth is not a case of complete intrusion
or root fracture with loss of the coronal fragment. If the avulsed tooth has not
been found refer the child to the paediatrician to exclude aspiration.
Soft food for 1 week.
Good healing following an injury to the teeth
and oral tissues depends, in part, on good oral hygiene.
Inform the parent about possible complications in the development of the permanent
successor, especially following avulsion injuries sustained in children under 3 years of age.
Clinical control after 1 week and clinical and radiographic control after 6 months and 1 year. Yearly clinical and radiographic controls until eruption of the permanent successor.