We are going to pull your one tooth down and put the other one back in.
You look like your six with your teeth knocked out and with pigtails in.
Do I look like I'm six?
You don't look too bad.
My poor girl.
Raina and her friends Kelli and Melissa were racing at night when Raina fell, knocked her one tooth out and smashed her other tooth up into her gums. Her friend's mom ran out of the car to see what happened to Raina. Melissa stayed to help while Kelli was getting Raina's mom.
Raina will need to have a full mouth of braces, a retainer, and headgear.
Raina's dentist pulled one tooth back down and put the other one back into her mouth. She was given numbing shots so that she would not feel any pain during the procedure. They also gave her laughing gas so that she would be calm.
I am going to give you braces, a retainer, and headgear to help your teeth.
Raina showed Emily and Kelli her teeth after they put her one tooth back in and pulled the other one down. Her two front teeth that got injured were shorter than the rest of her teeth and Raina was wearing pigtails so Emily said she looked like she was six years old.
So much fun!
When the procedure was done the teeth where too short so they did an x-ray and found bone and nerve damage. So the dentist said that braces, a retainer, and headgear would fix the short teeth. Raina's mom felt bad for her kid but said ok because she knew that it was best for her.
Raina's dentist had to give her a full mouth of braces, a retainer, and headgear to help her teeth look normal again.
After a few months of braces, a retainer, and headgear Raina's mouth looked normal again. She was not teased for her looks and was not embarrassed to go in public anymore. So she went to the school dance with her friends.