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We respond quickly to emergencies 7 days a week

In case of emergency, call the +33 (0) 1 47 23 01 00 .

Although our goal is to prevent dental emergencies, we understand that the need for urgent dental care is sometimes necessary and can be a stressful experience for parents and children. That's why we strive to respond to emergencies as quickly and compassionately as possible.

We are always available and you can contact our office at any time every day for any pathology:

  • tooth moved or broken
  • tooth that changes color
  • cut or bite
  • tooth abscess
  • toothache

The speed with which a dental trauma is taken care of can sometimes save a tooth, so we will take the time to see your child the same day.

In case of dental emergency and waiting to get an appointment in our office, here are some first-aid indications:


1. MY CHILD HAS ONE OF HER DEFINITIVE TEETH

  • Rinse mouth with lukewarm water.
  • Apply ice or cold compresses to swollen areas.
  • Try to find the broken piece (s) and place them in a small box with milk, saliva or saline.dentiste pédiatrique - Brosse à  dents
  • Contact us and book an appointment, stating that this is an emergency. Come with the recovered tooth fragments.

2. MY CHILD HAS ENTIRELY LOST A permanent tooth

  • Keep calm
  • Look for the tooth, take it by the crown and avoid touching the root.
  • Never try to replace the tooth yourself in the cell or clean it.
  • Put the tooth back in the mouth (without putting the tooth back in its socket), in milk, saline or in the « SOS Dentobox » (available in pharmacy).
  • Contact us at once and make an appointment by specifying if it is an emergency Having your child treated as soon as possible after the dental trauma will increase the chances of a successful relocation.

The time factor is essential, it increases the chances of success of a good healing.

Be careful, your usual dentist is often not equipped to relocate teeth in children, which is why it is important to consult a dentist specializing in pediatric care!


dentiste pédiatrique - Dent cassée3. MY CHILD DISPLACED, BROKEN OR LOST A TOOTH OF MILK

  • Contact us and consult us within 24 hours.
  • Never put back a lost milk tooth.
  • Clean the injured area with a compress soaked in Chlorhexidine (Diaseptyl® or Paroex®).
  • Promote a soft diet (yogurt, compote, puree, soup ...).
  • Remove the bottle, pacifier or thumb.
  • Give an analgesic (tablet against pain) to your child, he / she can have pain.
  • Apply a compress if your child is bleeding.


4. MY CHILD HAS TOOTHING

  • Carefully clean the area of the mouth that hurts.
  • Have your child do a mouthwash with warm salt water and / or use dental floss to remove food or debris stuck between teeth.
  • Contact us. We will take the time to see your child the same day.

5. MY CHILD HAS A TOOTH THAT CHANGES COLOR

  • A tooth that changes color (gray, pink) indicates that the vitality of the tooth has been compromised. This happens in case of trauma for example.
  • Consult us as soon as possible, we will tell you the treatment to follow.dentiste pédiatrique - Gobelet

6. MY CHILD HAS A BALL ON THE GENCIVE/A DENTAL ABOUT

  • The tooth abscess occurs after necrosis of the tooth and is in the form of a whitish ball on the gingiva. It can be painful depending on the progress of the carious lesion or as a result of dental trauma.
  • Contact us. Consult to be informed of the treatment to follow according to the state of the tooth and the age of the child.

7. MY CHILD HAS BOTTLED OR CUT MOUTH, PLAY AND / OR LIPS

  • Apply ice on areas that hurt.
  • Apply a compress if your child is bleeding.
  • Contact us. Check if bleeding persists after 15 minutes.

8.MY CHILD WITH APHTES

  • Apply a gel based on hyaluronic acid (GUM Aftamed Junior Gel - Taste Bubble Gum or Hyalugel Junior) on the vesicle 2 to 5 times a day after meals for a week.
  • Help your child brush their teeth thoroughly after each meal.

dentiste pédiatrique - Dentiste Paris Urgences9. MY CHILD WITH APHTES FOR THE FIRST TIME

It is in most cases a primary infection-herpes (herpes).

Symptoms

  • Appearance of numerous vesicles spread over oral mucosa and gums. These vesicles are often very painful, so your child may have trouble feeding and brushing teeth.
  • Swelling of the gums
  • Fever

Important
Your child is contagious as long as mouth ulcers persist!

Treatment

  • Contact us. Consult immediately dentiste pédiatrique - Pomme
  • We will prescribe an antiviral treatment, an antiseptic and especially an analgesic (Doliprane®) to your child.

Last update:13/07/2018