Vigorously rinse your mouth with warm water to dislodge food debris. Use dental floss to remove any food that may be trapped between the teeth; if there is swelling, place cold compresses on the outside of your cheek. Do not use heat or place aspirin on the aching tooth or gum.
Dislodged tooth from a stroke
If the tooth is dirty, gently wipe it with running water.
Do not brush it, instead insert and secure it to its socket. If this is not possible, place the tooth in a container of cold milk or water go see your dentist before 30 minutes if possible.
Do not forget to bring the tooth.
Objects caught between teeth
Try to remove the object with dental floss to avoid cutting the gums. Do not try to remove the object with sharp or pointed instruments.
Immobilize the jaw with any cloth (handkerchief, tie, towel). If inflammation occurs, apply cold compresses.
Gently clean the injured area with warm water, put cold compresses on the face in the area of the injured tooth to reduce swelling, rescue the piece of tooth if possible.
Tongue or lip
Apply direct pressure to the bleeding area with a clean cloth. If inflammation occurs, apply cold compresses.
Orthodontic problems (braces and retainers)
If a wire is causing irritation, cover the top with a small cotton ball, beeswax, or a piece of gauze.
If you are away from any dentist, and as an emergency measure, check the entry and exit of provisional and when you are sure of the correct insertion put a tiny drop of super glue and paste.