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Our 2-year-old son fell and his left front tooth was missing, or so we thought Further inspection showed however that he pushed his tooth up all the way to the gum line.

One other implication is that both his front teeth had cavities. So if one of his front teeth is pushed up, how can that cavity be treated? We are terrified at the thought of putting him under for surgery because we know there is a small percentage of children the does not wake up from the anesthesia.

If anyone could please chime in on what that possibly means and what the implications are to his current and adult teeth development we would very much appreciated. We did go and see a dentist but it is always good to get some other people's opinions and experiences. Perhaps there are any links to articles on the subject available?

Thank you very much
 
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