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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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from Backdoor Survival

21 Home Remedies for a Toothache

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Do you know what to do if you or a family member suffers a dental emergency, such as a broken tooth or sudden, severe swelling? Call your Sarasota dentist!
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World Class Dentistry

Do you know what to do if you or a family member suffers a dental emergency, such as a broken tooth or sudden, severe swelling? Call your Sarasota dentist!

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Some people need root canal treatment after experiencing some type of trauma! Take a look at this infographic about dental care in San Jose to see how a traumatic event such as a sports injury can lead to the need for root canal therapy.

Some people need root canal treatment after experiencing some type of trauma! Take a look at this infographic about dental care in San Jose to see how a traumatic event such as a sports injury can lead to the need for root canal therapy.

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from The Survival Mom

Your SHTF Dental Plan: Supplies to stock up on, skills to learn - Survival Mom

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Worried About Oral Cancer? See the Best Dentist for Emergency Dental Care

from Urban Survival Site

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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from Urban Survival Site

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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