Chomp on something your tooth didn’t like? Or get hit in the mouth with a hockey puck? If you think you may have a cracked tooth, or if you’re holding a piece of your tooth in your hand, follow these steps!
1. Give us a call to schedule an appointment: (425) 774-5596. Let us know about your emergency and we will make our best effort to see you right away. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to request an appointment.
2. If the entire tooth has fallen out, preserve it in a clean container with a moist solution (cold milk, water, saliva), and bring it with to your appointment.
3. Apply a cold pack to your jaw to lessen any pain and swelling.
4. If bleeding, bite down on a gauze pad until bleeding stops.
It is possible to have a cracked tooth and not know it.
If you have any pain when biting down, or when eating something hot or cold, it’s best to get it
In order to prevent further damage to the tooth or an infection, it’s very important to correct a
cracked tooth immediately