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Dental Emergencies

If your child is experiencing a dental emergency, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We have children, so we understand the need to be able to contact your child’s dentist. Please use the following contact information!

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Common Dental Emergencies

Tooth Aches

We’re sorry your kiddo’s tooth hurts!

Here are some easy steps you can take to help reduce the pain:

  • Thoroughly clean the area of the affected tooth.
  • Rinse your child’s mouth with warm salt water or use some dental floss to help dislodge any impacted food.
  • If your child’s face is swollen, place a cold compress on the area.
  • DO NOT place an aspirin on the gum area of the tooth.

If the pain persists, please call us!

Common Dental Emergencies

Knocked Out or Missing Permanent Teeth

First, find the tooth.

  1. Handle the tooth by the crown (top) and not by the root portion. You may rinse the tooth, but do not handle the tooth unnecessarily.
  2. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If it appears to be in good shape, try to reinsert it back into the socket. If you cannot reinsert it, place the tooth in a cup of milk, water or a cup containing some saliva from your child.
  3. If you have a Save-A-Tooth Emergency Kit, place the tooth in there.
  4. Time is very critical, so please call us as soon as possible.

Only attempt to replace a permanent tooth. NEVER try to replace a baby tooth.

Common Dental Emergencies

Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lips or Cheek

Apply ice to the area.

If there is some bleeding, apply some light pressure with a cloth or gauze. If the bleeding does not stop after 15 minutes and cannot be controlled by simple pressure, take your child to the hospital emergency room.

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