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If you’ve ever lost, cracked, or broken a tooth, you know that a dental emergency can be a traumatic, stressful experience. If you are interested in learning more about how you can prepare for future emergencies, please look over a few of our tips for dealing with a dental crown.

If your tooth is painful, please try painkiller. Rubbing clove oil over the infected area with a cotton swab may also help.

If you can slip the crown over a tooth, please place some dental cement or a denture adhesive to the inside of your cap. If you aren’t able to get either of these adhesives, mixing flour and water may help. If you’ve heard that an effective way to re-cement your tooth is super glue. Please don’t use super glue on your teeth.

The best thing you can do during an emergency may be contacting your dentist quickly. While you may not need to visit your dentist immediately, it is important to go soon. A dentist can give you specific advice and repair your crown. Doing so can lead to a number of complications.

If you are interested in learning more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We are excited to hear from you soon.