What to Do in the Event of a Dental Emergency

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A dental emergency can be trauma to the mouth, toothache, cracked or fractured tooth. Knocket out tooth or fractured tooth requires immediate attention.
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"Dental emergencies come in many forms. Some dental emergencies are more urgent than others. Therefore, the timeliness of your actions after a dental injury will have a bearing on the final outcome. To explain, a dental emergency can occur to the gums, soft tissue in your mouth, jaw, as well as your teeth.

Tooth Knocked Out
A tooth can get knocked out when impacted by force while playing sports or when falling. Dentists consider a knocked out tooth a situation that requires urgent dental care.

If your tooth is knocked out or you have lost your tooth, it is vital you follow each of these steps to increase your chances of saving the tooth.

Generally, your chances to save the natural tooth decrease after 30-60 minutes. Here are some tip if your tooth has come out of the socket, and you can locate your tooth:"

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