Home > Lifestyle > Oral health > Dental first aid Dental first aid All sections in Oral Health » A Dentist Visit » About Oral Health » Bad Breath » Caring for your Teeth » Common Problems » Cosmetic Procedures » Dental First Aid » Diet and Teeth » Health Tips » Kids' Teeth » Oral Health and » Oral Health News Saving knocked-out teeth If you lose a tooth while playing sports or due to any other cause, quick and proper action can still help save it, experts say. Follow us on Twitter » Like us on Facebook » Read Health24 blogs » Ask the Dental expert » What to eat for white teeth Tooth picks Lost filling What to do if you have lost a filling. Chipped or broken tooth First aid for a chipped or broken tooth while you wait to see the dentist. Bitten lip or tongue What to do if you bit your lip or tongue. Something stuck between the teeth What to do if you have something stuck between your teeth. Can't reach your dentist? It's the middle of the night and your tooth is throbbing. What can you do to relieve the pain until you can get to a dentist? “ Latest comment on Health24 Esme Collins says... I certainly know what it is to be touch deprived (total lack of affection = anger!) Are you touch-deprived? ” Knocked-out tooth Follow these steps to preserve a knocked-out tooth. Toothache Here is help for a throbbing toothache. Sports injuries and trauma to the teeth About 50% of all sports injuries are to the mouth and the area immediately around it. Learn how to prevent these injuries and what you should do in an emergency. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life. Live healthier Child nutrition » Your child's nutrition Nutrition for schoolkids Diets for toddlers The parent's guide to food labels Making sense of food labels and matching them to the needs of family members can be a challenge. Here are some tips from dietician Megan Pentz-Kluyts. Financial wellness » Money disappointments Investment tips Financially freaked out? High debt may have negative health consequences A new study found that high financial debt is associated with higher blood pressure and poorer general and mental health in young adults.