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Alternative Treatments For Cracked Tooth
Treatment for CTS: Treatments for cracked tooth syndrome is not always successful. The tooth may be restored with a crown. About 28% of teeth with cracked tooth syndrome require root canals and crown. In more complicated cases the tooth may be extracted. Hope it helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Root canal or crown: Teeth without symptoms nor decay do not need treatment. If a tooth is sensitive to cold or sweets and has a crack associated with these symptoms, but does not hurt to bite on ever, then perhaps a filling is recommended. If an instant sharp pain is felt upon biting or the release from biting at specific times, then a crown is first recommended. If it has a crown, then a root canal is recommended. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not uncommon: A tooth restored with amalgam filling does not reinforce your teeth and it is common to see cracks and ultimately fractures of your teeth caused by the way the tooth is wedged with a metal filling between its cusp tips. Like any other filling, amalgam should be replaced with crown when cracks exist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it possible to keep my cracked-tooth intact with my gum without removing or doing root canal by taking sincere care?
I need help I have a cracked tooth but cant afford a dentist what should I do in the meantime, Also I have freezing teeth a lot.
Can't afford: You can't afford not to see a Dentist. A filling is much less expensive than having to replace a tooth. Cold sensitivity may be due to tooth infection or gum infection. Please see a Dentist now. Work out a payment plan. Or contact Social Services, or go to a University Dental School, or perhaps you are eligible for Medicaid Dental Benefits. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a hairline cracked tooth cause a burning feeling inside of the tooth when bending your head down? The tooth is located in the bottom front.
Not related: A cracked tooth or incomplete tooth fracture is a possible source of intermittent toothache. The pain that has a tingling or burning quality pain still persists when bending your head down, it is possible that the source of your problem is not in your teeth. See a dentist for a differential diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do with a cracked tooth and no insurance? A few weeks ago i cracked a tooth while eating. It didn't hurt, and doesn't hurt now, and i'm wondering is i can be okay for a while without seeing a dentist. I don't have insurance at the moment, not the
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