Seven-year-old toddler’s bruised teeth, discolored to dark blue.
Q: A seven-year-old girl fell and tore her gums while playing in the playground 15 days ago. A few days later, my gums were healed, but my teeth were discolored as if they were bruised with black blue. Do I need to go to the dentist for treatment? Do you mind if I just leave it as it is?
A: Inside the teeth, there is a vascular tissue called dimensions. You look fine right now when you have a tooth injury, but if your baby’s color has changed black and blue over time, you have a problem with your measurements. You’d better visit the dentist as soon as possible for a radiography. Neurotherapy is also available if necessary. After a long time of discoloration, it can adversely affect the new permanent teeth that come up later.