Reduce Your Pain and Receive Treatment
If you’ve experienced an oral injury such as a damaged, cracked, or broken tooth, your mouth is most likely bleeding excessively. Do not worry. Simply clean the area with gauze and stuff it with gauze or cotton balls if that’s all that you have available. This should slow the bleeding.
As for pain, NSAIDs can help if you absolutely need it, because they help with inflammation. However, do not take aspirin, because it’s a blood thinner and can prevent your blood from clotting.
See The Dentist Quickly
We cannot reiterate that going directly to the dentist or scheduling an emergency appointment is extremely important for your oral health, safety, and many times your pocketbook.