Here we will describe other things you can do to help relieve some emergency care problems.
If you have lost a tooth, crown, or filling -If you lose a tooth, rinse it thoroughly, being careful not to remove any tissue that is still attached to the tooth and roots.
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Carefully insert the tooth back into the socket if you can. If you can't, put your teeth in a small container tightly closed with water and a little salt or milk.
When you have a traumatic injury -If you have a broken tooth or other traumatic mouth injuries, rinse your mouth with a very gentle saltwater solution. You can help control pain and reduce swelling with a cold compress. If the pain is severe or the bleeding doesn't stop, go to a hospital emergency room immediately.
If you have an abscess or toothache – Toothache can cause severe pain. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to deal with pain when you come to the dentist for a diagnosis.
Apply a cold compress on the outside of your cheeks to control pain. Avoid putting aspirin or pain reliever directly on the tooth that is causing the pain, as it can cause more damage by burning the gums. You can even search online to get more information about emergency dental services.