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9 thoughts on “Dental Disaster Plan: Fast Action Steps to Take to Save a Knocked Out Tooth”

  1. It’s always a good idea to be prepared. My kids both do karate and you never know when they could get a tooth knocked out from sparring (even though they wear mouth guards).

  2. Just thinking about getting me teeth knocked out, hurts. I definitely will not put them in myself, I would run to the emergency room. Thanks for sharing, extremely informative.

  3. I’m really good when it comes to most things…vomit, blood, all the stuff that comes with having kids. But teeth make me squeamish. Not sure how I’d react if a tooth got knocked out.

  4. I don’t know if I could put the tooth back in by myself. I’m not a big fan of pain. But if this ever does happen to me or someone I know at least I know what to do now. Thanks for the info.

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