Damage to the teeth of a young child can leave serious and prolonged periods of time, leading to a change in color, deformity or possible loss of it. The psychological impact of such damage can be very wide. Therefore, the pediatric dentist should have the following characteristics such as: having the knowledge of the treatment of the traumatized tooth and being available to provide the necessary treatment and services at any time of the day. The most common teeth that are damaged in the primary dental system are maxillary incisors. Primary molars are rarely damaged and are often damaged by indirect injury (i.e., impacts that come to the lower level of the chin and cause the mandible to close with a large force against the maxillary).