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Welcome to First Aid Course

Dental Injuries

Dental Injuries:

  • First aid for the broken tooth:
  • Clean the bleeding wound with saline or clean tap water
  • Stop bleeding by applying direct pressure to the injured area with gauze or cotton
  • Handle the tooth by the crown, NOT the root (i.e. do not handle the part that was beneath the gum)
  • Place the tooth in milk, or clean water if milk is not available
  • Contact the dentist or take the tooth and victim to an emergency care center as quickly as possible


 
 
 
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Welcome to First Aid Course

Dental Injuries

Dental Injuries:

  • First aid for the broken tooth:
  • Clean the bleeding wound with saline or clean tap water
  • Stop bleeding by applying direct pressure to the injured area with gauze or cotton
  • Handle the tooth by the crown, NOT the root (i.e. do not handle the part that was beneath the gum)
  • Place the tooth in milk, or clean water if milk is not available
  • Contact the dentist or take the tooth and victim to an emergency care center as quickly as possible
 
 
 
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