How To Make The Abrasions On The Chin Dry Quickly?
Hi, I want to ask, yesterday I crashed, my chin hit the asphalt first, the abrasions were like that, and my teeth were broken in half, while on Monday I wanted to join the defense of the country, is there any medicine that can speed up the drying of wounds like that ??? r nAnd after the filling, do I need to stir my teeth? thank you .. please respond quickly
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Blisters usually reflect superficial skin damage. This condition will generally heal in a short time, which is around 1 to 2 weeks, provided it is treated properly. To help speed healing, you should do the following tips:
Clean the wound regularly morning and evening, how to:
Wash hands thoroughly
Use clean gauze, wet with NaCl solution
Gently press the injured skin area, while cleaning the remaining dirt on the surface
Don't force the skin that hasn't healed completely
Do not cover the wound with anything (including gauze or bandages)
Avoid using excessive cosmetics around the injured chin
Do not give any medicine to the injured chin
Broken teeth can be treated with fillings, that is, if there are still enough crowns left. Alternatively, the doctor will install a crown so that there is no visible patch marks with a previously broken tooth. However, if further damage is suspected to the inner side of the tooth, an X-ray may also be performed to determine the best treatment. If there are no abnormalities in the alignment of the teeth or in the shape of the jaw, then the use of braces is usually not necessary.
To get the best treatment for your condition, don't hesitate to go to the nearest doctor or dentist directly.
I hope this helps.