1. Pain and Bleeding After Tooth Removal

Place a gauze pad on the wound where the tooth was removed and bite down on the gauze to stop the bleeding.

2. Broken Orthodontics

Push the broken metallic wire into a safe position that cannot injure your gums. If that is not possible, cover the end of the metallic wire with a piece of gauze or a small cotton ball.

3. Lost Tooth Crown or Filling

Place a sugarless chewing gum in place of the tooth crown to act as a temporary crown.

4. Knocked-out Tooth

If you find the knocked-out tooth, pick it up by the crown and rinse off the tooth’s roots if dirty. Next, dip the tooth in a glass of milk and take it to the emergency dentist.

5. Toothache

Avoid painkillers as they’ll mask the pain temporarily. Instead, apply a cold compress on the aching side.

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