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Can You Save a Dislodged Tooth?


Posted on 6/10/2019 by Mark Bieber
Can You Save a Dislodged Tooth?When it comes down to dislodged teeth, many people feel hopeless that they are not going to be able to have their own tooth there. Whether it has been knocked out because of an accident or any other reason, being able to have your own natural teeth is important.

This means being able to save those dislodged teeth in the mouth. In short, the answer is yes, you can save a dislodged tooth that might not be all the way in the mouth or the gums.

What to Do to Save a Dislodged Tooth

When a tooth is dislodged, it is important that you put the tooth in milk if it has already fallen out. If milk is not handy, placing it in water is the best next thing. If it's still in the mouth, but barely, then make a call to our office as soon as possible. Another way to keep the tooth in good shape is to keep it between your tooth and gum. We want to make sure that we do all that needs to be done to place the tooth back into the gum where it belongs.

If the tooth is dangling there, then you want to make sure that you do not move your mouth much. You don't want the tooth to fall out if it hasn't. You want to make it here with your tooth intact.

Talk with us today to find out how we can help you with a dislodged tooth in the mouth. We want to be the first ones you call so that we can provide you with the best fix that is needed. Do not delay. As soon as it happens, call us and we will have you come in to repair the problem that has happened, so you don't have to lose your tooth because of it being dislodged.

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