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Soft-tissue injury treatment:
Pain, swelling, and bleeding are possible side effects of injuries to the tongue, lips, gums, and cheeks. Rinse your mouth with warm water to ease irritation, and use moistened gauze or a tea bag to gently press on the affected area.
Additionally, by applying a cool compress to the outside of your cheek or mouth, you can lessen swelling and cut down on bleeding.
It is crucial to seek quick medical help if bleeding continues for 20 to 30 minutes despite the application of ice and pressure. Visit your dentist right away or proceed to the emergency room for additional testing.
Keep in mind that if you are in pain because of an injury to your mouth or teeth, it is a dental emergency, and you should not wait to get help. A damaged or injured tooth has a much better chance of being saved if you act quickly.
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