Children are carefree by nature. They are vulnerable and are more prone to injuries than adults.
It is up to us, adults, to look after them to avoid unexpected circumstances.
But we can’t keep an eye on them all the time. We can’t control their movements, and thus, they sometimes suffer injuries from accidents, and these injuries include dental emergencies.
Children’s dental emergencies should be handled calmly to avoid panicking and worsening the child’s condition. As adults, we should know the first aid steps to follow when a child experiences a dental emergency.
To help you, here are the most common children’s dental emergencies and their first aid measures: