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8days male baby , natal teeth ,suggest rx and managment

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IT'S A CASE OF.. NATAL TOOTH.. EXPERTS OPINION IS ALWAYS BETTER..

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The treatment method should take into consideration (a) trauma to child's oral tissue or mother's breast (b) mobility and (c) danger of aspiration. Ideally natal teeth should be extracted between 7days to 25 days after birth with topical anaesthesia using cetacaine, and an insulin syringe should be used for the administration of LA, because of its smaller gauge needle size which prevents tissue damage.

Natal tooth. Extraction if the tooth is loose. A loose tooth may be aspirated or swallowed and may result in respiratory distress

IT'S A CASE OF.. NATAL TOOTH.. EXPERTS OPINION IS ALWAYS BETTER..

Check mobility of that tooth Advice extraction as the tooth will hinder in breast feeding Also there are chances of aspiration due to exfoliation

Natal teeth. Usually harmless . Needs extraction if loose . Risk of aspiration . Trauma to nipples . Problematic feeding .

Natal tooth Surgical intervention to avoid Respiratory complications.

Thanks Dr Shital Jadhav.
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Extraction....this teeth may injure mother's nipple ...may be causing trauma to baby or may be injested by the baby......can cause g i t trauma or may cause obstruction.....

Extraction to avoid injection by the baby.

If the tooth is mobile, extraction is indicated owing to the risk of exfoliation and swallowing or aspiration.

NATAL. TOOTH ADVISABLE EXTRACTION.... WITH... XYLOCAINE. SPRAY

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