it's sat night and i just broke a molar so far it's still all in my mouth. can i wait till monday
afternoon to get it seen to?
I would suggest to go to the dentist as soon as possible to prevent further complications. If you can't go to the dentist, just make sure you do proper oral hygiene so as to prevent any problems.
I've been down that road before. Try some oil of cloves, which you apply to the broken section of the tooth with a Q-tip. And keep all food and drinks on the other side of the mouth away from the tooth. Oil of cloves is not expensive, it won't take much, and you can get it over the counter at just about any drug store. Good Luck!
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