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Dislodged tooth

I recently got into an accident while playing.My mouth was bleeding and it was really painful. After sometime i noticed that my two teeth were loosened up.It was painful for the first few days , now the pain is gone but the teeth are still loose and its moving.its been a week since then.Please tell me a remedy for it ,so that i can take an action as soon as possible.
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Dr. Ketan Garg Nagpur | Oral And MaxilloFacial Surgeon
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Loose teeth after one week would suggest either the tooth is fractured or the bone which holds the teeth is fractured.
There is lot of hope if bone is fractured, where just like plaster on hand , splinting works like magic.
But if the tooth is fractured, there is very limited scope of saving them. Post your X-ray when you visit your dentist.
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Hi.. visit dentist, if possible splinting of teeth followed by crowns can be done to save your teeth. Regards
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Dr. Parul Panchasara Pune | Dental Surgeon
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Well first od all you should have visited a dentist immidiately after injury when you knew something wrong inside mouth. Anyeays; visit a dentist and he will make fraud of teeth and will suggest you treatment accordingly.  Splinting along with root canal can be done to save teeth but only clinical examination will reveal that. Visit a dentist asap.
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Visit the dentist immediately, you require fixing up for your loose teeth so that you don't loose them, and necessary treatment can be done to restore aesthetics. Good luck
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Dr. Mayank Shah Varanasi | Prosthodontist
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As you are already a week late plz visit your nearest dentist soon.Initially he will do certain diagnostic procedure to see the condition of the teeths i.e. vital/non vital, fracture and iopa Xray....etc
Then he will decide his treatment plan.....Splitting (supporting mobile teeth with normal teeth) teeth followed by RCT  or might be extraction also if it is a vertical or root fracture
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Please visit your dentist as soon as possible
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Dr. Kamini Singh Noida | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Without wasting any further time please visit your dentist as soon as possible.
Your dentist will perform splinting on your mobile teeth.
Do not touch your teeth or try to move them.
Eat soft diet and away from the affected tooth.
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Please visit dentist . he will take xray and tell u the solution
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Dr. Himani S Khandelwal Gurgaon | Oral And MaxilloFacial Surgeon
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Please visit a dentist asap before its too late. Loose teeth can be fixed by splinting. You require root canal treatment after teeth are fixed after few weeks.
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Dr. Ishan Noida | Dentist
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key Advices for you 1) Immediately visit dentist to prevent loss or permanent displacement or mobility of teeth 2) Do not clench or bite hard on teeth 3) Do not show mobility of teeth to others using your fingers as it may increase the mobility of teeth. 4) dont take too hot or too cold eatables.
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please visit a dentist immediately.  he will splint the tooth(bind the tooth with the help if a wire with the adjacent terth) after a few xrays so that the mobility reduces.  after that you might also require root canal treatment for those teeth.. but to save the teeth a visit to the dentist is mandatory
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You should immediately visit your nearest dental clinic. As the teeth are mobile they should have been assessed and splinted immediately after the trauma. Any further delay could lead to irreparable damage and eventual loss of the teeth. At this stage a physiological splint and occlusal stability are of primary importance subject to tooth Vitality (a measure of the current condition of the tooth)
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