I'm sorry to hear about what happened to your daughter.
I don't want you to panic. If you haven't already, please take a look to see if she's missing any teeth at all. If all her front baby teeth seem to be present and accounted for, then chances are, no permanent
damage has resulted from this fall. It may very well been just a cut lip.
Now, if you look at your daughter's front teeth, and if you see 1 or multiple teeth slightly out of alignment, then it is possible that the impact pushed some of her baby teeth into her jaw. Good news is because their bones are so soft, usually after a couple of weeks, the teeth will quickly re-erupt and/or drift back into their proper place. There is a slight possibility that the impact and intrusion of teeth may have
damaged the nerve, but it is way too early to tell and there's not a whole lot we can do about it now.
Typically, we just wait to see if any of her teeth discolors and darken in the coming weeks. If they do, then there was nerve damage and a baby root canal
(pulpotomy) will need to be done by your dentist
or her pediatric
dentist. Again, I don't want you to stress about it because if all her front teeth are present and accounted for (and none of them have been knocked out or jammed so far into the gums that they appear to be missing), then the chances of nerve damage is very slim.
The bleeding should've stopped by now and although you may still get a slight trickle, your daughter should not be bleeding profusely still. If she is still bleeding a lot, try your best to apply pressure to where you think the blood is coming from and, if need be, take her to the hospital.
By tomorrow morning, your daughter will likely have forgotten the incidence. Call and schedule an appointment with her dentist for an exam early next week and all should be well.
*IF* the impact from the fall resulted in the loss of one or some of her front teeth, quickly put the tooth in a cup of milk and call your dentist. The sooner we can get that tooth re-implanted, the better her chances are from recovering from the trauma.
I hope I was able to address your concerns. I didn't focus more on tooth loss since you didn't indicate it as one of your concerns so I assume that all her teeth are present and accounted for.
Jul***** *****, DDS