Tooth Avulsion: If a tooth gets knocked out, placing it in milk before reaching the dentist can increase the chances of successful reimplantation.

Dental Phobia: Around 15% of people worldwide avoid seeing the dentist due to fear, often leading to dental emergencies later on.

Tooth Luxation: Teeth can get displaced sideways (lateral luxation) or pushed deeper into the socket (intrusion) during accidents, requiring immediate attention.

Foreign Objects: Patients have arrived at emergency dental clinics with everything from nails to jewelry lodged in their teeth or gums.

Dental Hematoma: Trauma to the mouth can cause bleeding under the gums or inside the cheek, known as a dental hematoma, requiring prompt treatment.

Dry Socket: After tooth extraction, improper healing can lead to a painful condition called dry socket, often necessitating urgent care.

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