Facial Cuts and Wounds in Children

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Children may get minor cuts, wounds, and face lacerations while playing, climbing or during sports activities. Most of these injuries can be handled at home with simple first-aid treatment. The gums, tongue and lips have a rich blood supply and when cuts occur; these areas may bleed excessively.

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