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Always rinse your mouth out after you break a tooth! You can also use gauze to stop bleeding and hold a cold compress to the painful or swollen area. Pick up more tips on dental emergencies by reading this infographic.

Always rinse your mouth out after you break a tooth! You can also use gauze to stop bleeding and hold a cold compress to the painful or swollen area. Pick up more tips on dental emergencies by reading this infographic.

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Knocking out a tooth can be scary. Especially if it's one of your kiddos. We've got you covered.

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Emergency Dental Care Chicago

How to handle common dental emergencies! #dentist #oralhealth http://www.andregrenierdmd.com/
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15 Things To Put In Your Dental Emergency Kit

A really bad toothache or infection can knock you on your butt. That's why you need to have a good dental emergency kit. Here's what to put in it.

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Looking for the best Dentist near Clapham Junction and Battersea? Dentist Local offers 24 hour emergency dental care services in Clapham, Battersea, Wandsworth and other SW4, SW11 areas. Contact us now.

The Effects of Poor Dental Hygiene (Infographic)

The Effects of Poor Dental Hygiene (Infographic). Turner Pediatric Dentistry - pediatric dentist in Acworth, GA @ www.turnerpediatricdentistry.com

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The Dental Project Peru - this charity provides emergency dental care and education to the most imporverished and rural areas of Peru.

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