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Dental Problems Requiring Emergency Response
Food deposits on the aching tooth and between the teeth should be cleaned using a toothbrush and dental floss, and the mouth should be rinsed thoroughly with salt water obtained by adding half a teaspoon of salt to half a glass of water.
Absolutely, ASPIRIN or any pain medication should not be applied on the aching tooth. Due to their chemical nature, such drugs can cause irritation in the gums and surrounding soft tissues. This will cause a second pain besides toothache.
If there is swelling on the face due to inflammation, a cold compress should be applied to that area.
Before going to the dentist, a pain medication can be taken.
If there is a cavity on the tooth due to caries, cotton soaked with a little clove oil (eugenol) can be placed here. Eugenol will provide pain relief. However, when performing this procedure, excess eugenol should not be used to leak into the gums. Because clove oil also destroys soft tissues, a dentist should be consulted as soon as possible.
Tooth fracture / Tooth Injury
With the thought that it can help the treatment, if possible, the broken tooth should be found and protected. The dentist should be visited within 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, if there is bleeding in the area, pressure should be applied with a clean gauze. If the bleeding does not stop within 15 minutes despite the pressure application, the nearest health institution should be consulted.
Tooth fractures, moving or dislodging teeth, injuries to mouth tissues, and concussion are often seen in basketball, football, and bg. It occurs as a result of traffic accidents and crashes and falls that occur while doing contact sports. Especially in children who do contact sports, the most appropriate method to prevent mouth injuries and tooth fractures is to use mouth guards.
If the tooth is displaced in its home due to impact, the tooth should be brought to its original position with a slight finger pressure.
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The dentist should be consulted within 30 minutes at the latest.