If you have broken a tooth and are experiencing pain seek dental help for an assessment. Please contact us immediately at (856) 956-3625as the nerve of the tooth may be damaged.
If the tooth does not hurt, the nerve may be intact or may have already died. Please call us at your convenience to have the tooth assessed for treatment.
Tooth Knocked Out of Position
It is important even though you may not suspect anything is wrong, that you seek dental attention. Primary teeth that have been knocked further in to the jawbone or to the side of the socket can have an impact on the permanent tooth below and its development.
Please contact us immediately at (856)-883-1640.
Knocked Out Tooth (child below the age of 5)
If you child is below the age of 5-6, more than likely the tooth is a primary (baby) tooth. Current guidelines do not indicate the need for re-implantation of primary (baby) teeth.
If you have any questions are unsure of what to do either call us or place the tooth in cold milk and seek out dental help immediately.
Please contact us immediately at (856) 956-3625.
Knocked Out Tooth
For any major injury, please call 911. You and/or child should be assessed thoroughly for any signs of concussions or other potential internal injuries.
If patient is stable and safe. The important thing to remember is time is of the essence.
The best thing you can do is IMMEDIATELY RE-IMPLANT the tooth. Pick the tooth up by the crown, orient the tooth to match your other teeth and place firmly back into the socket site. This is the single best thing you can do.
If you don’t feel comfortable doing this, it is important that you immediately place the knocked out tooth in COLD MILK and seek the nearest closest dentist to re-implant your tooth. Research shows that survivability of the tooth diminishes after the first hour of being knocked out.
Please contact us immediately at (856) 956-3625 and we can assist you.