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What to do if a tooth gets knocked out?

If a baby tooth is knocked or knocked out:
Do NOT try and put the tooth back in the socket because:

  • It may fuse to the socket which may lead to further complications
  • It may damage the adult tooth underneath

If an adult tooth is knocked out:

  • Stay calm and act quickly
  • Locate the tooth and hold it by the crown (smooth white part)
  • If the roots have dirt on them gently rinse with milk or saline solution e.g. contact lens solution for a few seconds. Do not use water or scrub
  • If the child is conscious, hold the cleaned tooth by the crown and replace it into its socket using light pressure
  • Hold the tooth in place by getting the person to gently bite on a handkerchief
  • Seek immediate advice or treatment from an oral health professional

If you are unsure whether the tooth is an adult or baby tooth, or you can’t replace the tooth:

  • Place the tooth in milk or saliva (preferably the patient’s); not water, and do not let it dry out
  • Seal it in plastic wrap or zip lock bag
  • Seek immediate advise or treatment from an oral health professional
 

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