Traumas can cause teeth to break or come out of their natural position and even the fracture of structures supporting them. If this is the case, we advice you to go to the nearest hospital. If the trauma is violent, you should contact both your pediatrician and orthodontist, so that they can consider the trauma´s consequences on the child´s growth. If a permanent tooth comes out of its position, we can try to save the ligament´s fibers which, otherwise, die very rapidly. In this case, we proceed with an immediate reimplant which means manually inserting the tooth in its natural position. Before doing this, we need to clean the wound and remove possible remains which can cause infections and carefully rinse the tooth with lukewarm water, without ever touching the root and the delicate fibers. After the reinsertion, it is important to immediately go to the dental office where the tooth will be anchored to neighboring teeth in order to resettle. If we want the dentist to reinsert the tooth, we need to dip it in a physiological solution or in milk, in order to maintain hydration and avoid the root fibers to die during their rapid transport to the dental office. Its conservation in a physiological solution or milk is necessary if a tooth fragment breaks. If the trauma involves baby teeth, they cannot be reinserted since it would damage the gem of the permanent tooth already present underneath the baby one. In these cases, we can apply a sterile gauze to contain the bleeding and ice to kill the pain. If a baby tooth with exposed pulp breaks, the pedodontist will depulp the tooth by keeping it in its position until its natural substitution. This will enable it to create the necessary space for the permanent tooth.