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When a tooth is knocked out of the socket, it can be saved with proper first aid and a quick trip to the dentist. Should you encounter a tooth that has been “knocked out”, gently rinse it in tap water. Do not touch or scrub the root surface as you may damage the root. Insert the tooth back into the socket and hold it in place. If the tooth is replanted in the socket within 30 minutes, it has an excellent chance of surviving and the sooner it is replanted, the better. Don’t worry if the tooth is not perfectly centered. Call your dentist, and you will be seen immediately to secure the tooth properly.


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