Field Guide to Dental Injuries

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Dental Emergency Handbook

A Field Guide To Dental Injuries

Nobody goes into sports with the expectation that they’ll get hurt. But the fact is that an average of 22,000 dental injuries happen every year to children under 18 years of age.*

Surveys show that parents, school nurses, and athletic trainers would not know what to do for a dental or sports related injury and so would be reluctant to take first aid measures.

That’s why we’ve put together this complimentary report providing critical information that could make the difference between saving an injured tooth or losing it forever.

By outlining simple steps that can be taken when accidents occur, parents, caregivers and coaches can be better prepared to deal with them.

Inside, you’ll find answers to such questions as:

  • What distinguishes a dental emergency from  a less urgent dental injury?
  • How much time do I have to treat a tooth that’s been knocked out of its socket?
  • What happens to a tooth if it’s been out of the mouth for more than 5 minutes? More than 15 minutes? A day?

  • Is there a difference between treating adult vs baby teeth?

Download your copy of the guide now and keep it with your first aid kit or in your glove box so you can be ready for the unexpected.  And by all means, feel free to share it with your friends.

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* As reported by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, 2010