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10-23-2013, 03:36 AM
Keep the tooth moist
Keep the tooth moist. Drop it into a glass of milk. If you can't do this, place the tooth in your mouth, between the cheek and gum. A young child may not be able to safely "store" the tooth in his or her mouth without swallowing it. Instead, have the child spit into a cup. Place the tooth in the cup with the saliva. If nothing else is available, place the tooth in a cup of water. The most important thing is to keep the tooth moist.matériel dentiste (http://fr.ishinerdental.com/)
Try slipping the tooth back into its socket. In many cases, it will slip right in. Make sure it's facing the right way. Don't try to force it into the socket. If it doesn't go back into place easily and without pressure, then just keep it moist (in milk, saliva or water) and get to the dentist as soon as you can.Hong's team took other possible influences into account, but their finding didn't change. They note that some other antibiotics (including tetracylines) are known to influence tooth development.Still, patterns can be misleading. That's why the researchers call for more studies to see if amoxicillin can cause fluorosis.Editorialist Paul Casamassimo, DDS, MS, agrees that more research is needed. Such associations should be viewed "with a cautious but open eye," he writes.micro tour marathon (http://fr.ishinerdental.com/category-1932-b0-Marathon-Micro-Motor.html)
Casamassimo works at Ohio State University's College of Dentistry and Columbus Children's Hospital. He didn't work on Hong's study."As a clinician, I would welcome an explanation that would help parents' guilt, exonerate both medical and micro moteur laboratoire (http://fr.ishinerdental.com/category-1933-b0-Micro-Motor.html) dental providers, and, most importantly, help me to prevent a needless occurrence of fluorosis in my patients," writes Casamassimo."Until that time, the best course of action may be what both the medical and dental communities have advocated for a long time -- careful, thoughtful, and appropriate use of both fluoride and antibiotics," he continues.