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Broken or Knocked-out Teeth (cont.)


Whether in the Emergency Department or a dental office, follow-up care is of paramount importance. The dentist or oral surgeon should provide definitive care. Several examinations, over the course of weeks, may be necessary to ensure that complete healing has occurred. Tooth injury can occur if the pulp is damaged, even if no obvious damage is seen.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/4/2014
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