Emergencies can and do, happen at any time. You should always contact us right away in an emergency situation. If you or your child lose a permanent tooth, try to keep it moist while you get to the dentist. You can try placing it back in the socket if that is not painful or between your cheek and gums. If that is not possible, placing it in milk can help improve the chances of saving the tooth.
If you crack a tooth or bite your tongue or lip, rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. For toothaches or objects stuck in your mouth, gently use floss to clean the area and remove any debris.
Wearing a mouthguard during physical activity will help protect your teeth. If you partake in sports, let us know and we would be happy to fabricate a custom-fitted mouthguard for you. Also, refrain from cutting or tearing objects with your teeth.
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