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Hotter Than Black Pepper
10+ Year Member
Apr 6, 2006
Other Health Professions Student
My 1 year old feel in the bathtub today, and chipped his front tooth pretty bad. He has such a great smile, that I will pay anything to get it fixed. I took him to the ER and they said to see a Dentist. My dentist won't be in until Jan 5th, and the curiosity is killing me.

What will a Dentist do in this situation. I know that tooth will probably have to be removed, because it will die. But, will the Dentist be able to do anything to repair his smile, or will he have a gap until his permanent teeth come in.

(and yes all I want for Christmas is his two front teeth).
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