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What should I do if my child's permanent front tooth coming in is causing pain?

She lost her upper front tooth a little prematurely. It was loose, but kicked out accidentally by a friend.  It has been two months and a small hole is visible in the gums.  I assume this is where the permanent tooth is coming in, but it is causing her pain.

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You really need to get your daughter to a dentist!.

Watch the area if it becomes inflamed or extreamly painful, take her to the doctor. Baby pain killers will help, some liquid tylonol or ibuprophin where the pain is at its worst. Two months is a long time, you could feel the spot and see if you feel a tooth coming in. If you feel nothing there, it is true you really need to get her to the dentist. At natural health stores you can also find a natural numbing product that will help with some pain issues.

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