Tooth Avulsion happens mostly among children particularly in school where they just keep running around, suddenly slip, hit a desk or hit a peer and the tooth falls off
If it’s a milk tooth then there is no issue. But if it is a permanent tooth, then immediate attention is required. Otherwise the child will have an artificial tooth for their lifetime
The more earlier you go the prognosis will be much better... The more you delay the chances of the tooth getting attached becomes less...
Management of Avulsed Teeth:
There is the procedure called re plantation. that is placing the tooth back into the mouth.
One important thing is how the fallen tooth is carried to the dentist? That will decide the success of the treatment. Mostly the mistake done is when the tooth falls off, it is washed, wrapped in a tissue and then brought to a dentist... If that happens, then that tooth is of no use... The best way to store the tooth is Hanks balanced salt solution but that will not be available with us handy. So Milk or the person’s own saliva can be used. They can spit the Saliva into a container and put the tooth inside that and then the dentist has to be visited within half an hour