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Anyone Can Lose A Tooth
You may trust your healthy teeth but you can lose one or more of them, by accident. Natural tooth is remarkably strong, but it can chip, fracture, or break from trauma, malposition, biting, or unusually hard objects, clenching or grinding, untreated decay, and root canal treatment. Minor tooth fractures may not elicit pain, but extreme discomfort can result from extensive fractures or displacement. With extensive fractures, the nerve ending may be damaged and/or exposed and may require immediate assessment by your dentist. If the tooth has sharp or jagged edges, cover it with a piece of wax paraffin or sugarless chewing gum to prevent it from cutting your tongue or the inside of your lip or cheek. Displaced or dislodged teeth should be evaluated immediately by your dentist (within a few hours) for possible replacement or repositioning in the socket and stabilization by splinting. A cold compress should be applied to the injured area, and the tooth should be rinsed with saliva, saline, or milk and placed in the same solution or, if possible in the mouth between the cheek and the jaw or under the tongue.