Avoid biting down on the tooth (chew on the other side of your mouth). If the tooth is chipped or broken and you are in pain use over-the-counter pain medication and contact our office.
If you have experienced trauma to your tooth and the tooth is avulsed – rinse the tooth in cold water for 10 seconds and reposition it back into the socket. Bite on a moist cloth and contact our office immediately. If the tooth cannot be repositioned into the socket, then place the tooth in milk and contact our office immediately.
Gently clean or rinse the area, apply pressure with the cloth and contact our office.
If you have had a recent tooth extraction and are experiencing bleeding – take a black tea bag and moisten it. Place it over the socket and apply pressure. Call the office if the bleeding does not stop.
If you are experiencing facial swelling due to a dental infection, please call the office. If the swelling is expanding and your breathing is impaired, please head to the hospital and seek immediate medical attention
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