If a child does not want to eat or drink, it may be because it hurts the mouth. Children aged two years or older can often tell themselves that it hurts in your mouth. Sometimes the child may also have blisters or sores on the lips or around the mouth.
There are several reasons why children get a sore mouth. Teething can be painful in some infants while it goes completely unnoticed by others. The baby may drool more than usual and want something to bite into.
Another reason that it hurts in the mouth may be fungal infection, known as cod . It is mainly children who are breastfed or drinking from bottle receiving cod. A whitish coating is formed on the [...]
It is common for children to hit in the mouth when they are playing or sports. A dental injury can be to child knocking out a tooth completely, tooth loose, that a piece of the tooth is broken or that the tooth has been given a crack. Treatment depends partly on the extent of damage, and secondly on whether the tooth is permanent or a milk tooth.
If the child knocks out a permanent tooth to remove it completely you should contact a dentist or Cosmetic Dentist. The sooner the tooth is back in place, the greater the chances that it will heal well.
Most damage to the teeth heal without complications, but there is a risk that the new teeth waiting in the jaw [...]