Care Advice for Minor Mouth Injuries. Upper Lip and Frenulum Bleeding How To Stop: Cuts of the inside of the upper lip are very common. Often, the piece of tissue that connects the upper lip to the upper gum is torn. Has anyone had their childbaby tear their lip frenum and get it caught between the two front teeth?
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Overview. Injuries to the lips and mouth; Includes inner cheeks and the roof of the mouth (hard and soft palate) The piece of tissue joining the upper lip to the gum is the frenulum. A tear TORN FRENULUM PLEASE HELP: (((7 Posts) GP was not fazed by it at all. I can't stop you worrying but I do understand your angst but it's amazing how quickly kids repair but to reassure yourself I would arrange a visit to the doc when you can. No problem with speech etc btw. All the best.
Add message Report. Baby has torn upper lip labial frenulum posted in Miscellaneous: My 14 month old is just learning to walk and a few hours ago took a dive over a cushion which had fallen off the couch and he Sep 20, 2006 A torn maxillary frenum does not affect speech.
Sometimes there is a little small flap of tissue just after healing that does not need to be removed and usually resolves after a while. Still, I advise getting a Pediatric Dentist to look at it to make sure, and to follow over time. Upper lip Frenulum injuries. e. g. a toddler who falls against a piece of furniture. Generally, can be treated expectantly, without suturing. Check for dental injury or bony damage: particularly missing teeth (which can be lost within the adjacent gum or lip).
Dec 28, 2012 My 3 year old tore her upper lip frenulum a few months ago. No a torn midline frenulum would not affect the amount of tooth or gum tissue that normally shows with the lip at rest. If a frenulum is particularly short and thick, it can theoretically limit the range of motion of the lip, and the removal of the frenum may allow a slight