Mouth Injuries in Toddlers | A Parent’s Guide

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Did you know mouth injuries in toddlers are the number one most common type of injury? It’s almost inevitable as the parent of a toddler that your child will experience a busted lip or some type of mouth injury. Dr. Emily Hahn provides several tips for mouth injury treatments. Learn what to do, and what to avoid, when it comes to helping your toddler recover from a mouth injury.

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