My 5 year old daughter has a swollen lip after dentist apointment what should i do?

My 5 year old daughter has a swollen lip after dentist apointment what should i do?

My 5 year old daughter has a swollen lip after dentist apointment what should i do?


I would take her in... just to be safe. Better to find out it is something simple then something horrible.


immediately contact the dentist and speak to him describing exactly what you told us here. She might have had a bad reaction to the shot, or other factors which the dentist himself is in best position to answer.


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