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Injury During Rugby

Aran10 Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
OK so i was playing rugby like i normally do, i then get swung around by some amatuer who doesn't know how to tackle on the opposing team and i smash literally the front of my mouth onto his skull. He was alright but my teeth have been knocked about and i have got cuts all around the inside of my mouth. Also one tooth wobbles

Any tips on what to do??
Aran10 Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
dentist ?
banned#2
get him in the scrum brah


and wear a gum shield next time
#3
Knock him out
#4
bykergrove
get him in the scrum brah


and wear a gum shield next time


yeh the only time i don't wear one, fate can be cruel
#5
vicknanth
dentist ?


yep i will hopefully make an appointment may neeed to get some braces:oops:
#6
dean3988
Knock him out


lol will do :thumbsup:
#7
get a set of spangly Grillz
#8
what do you expect us to tell you to do....?:?
banned#9
Aran10
yeh the only time i don't wear one, fate can be cruel


who do you play for?

when i was in secondary school i got scouted for the london rugby league but my dad said no cause I'll get my teeth knocked out! :|
banned#10
take up knitting instead
banned#11
I would wear your gum shield in your sleep tonight. If it's still wobbly in the morning make an emergency appointment might be too late if the root has been snapped the tooth will die.
#12
Definitely to the dentist asap. If a tooth comes out save it in room temp milk and it can go back in.
#13
chesso
Definitely to the dentist asap. If a tooth comes out save it in room temp milk and it can go back in.


Are you being serious?
banned#14
Wotwot123
Are you being serious?


Think they mean in the fridge, but paramedics do this not 100% chance of success though.
#15
Wotwot123
Are you being serious?



I am - really serious - it keeps the tooth happy and alive!

Not in the fridge, room temp.
banned#16
chesso
Not in the fridge, room temp.


Not being funny milk goes off pretty quick at room temperature yuk...give it a try put some out on the side now. Not that cravendale stuff though
#17
http://www.addenbrookes.org.uk/serv/clin/surg/oral/trauma_teeth.html

Yes, don't leave it on the side in the kitchen for a day or two.

Pasteurised milk will get warm and so taste different but it won't actually go 'off' for quite a few hours, if there's plenty of time til the use by date.

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