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What does be the treatment for a cracked tooth?

What does be the treatment for a 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 more

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What is the treatment for cracked tooth syndrome?

What is the treatment for cracked tooth syndrome?

Crown: Usually a crown would be recommended for cracked tooth syndrome. In some cases, you may need a root canal too if the crack has progressed close enough to irritate the nerve. ...Read more

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What Can My Boyfriend Do To Reduce Pain From A Cracked Tooth.?

What Can My Boyfriend Do To Reduce Pain From A Cracked Tooth.?

Cracked Tooth: The best course of action at this juncture would be to be evaluated by a dental professional. Early treatment is always best. Good luck! ...Read more

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Could you put a crown on a cracked tooth?

Could you put a crown on a cracked tooth?

Can\Should?: It is essential to try to determine the extent, depth and location of the crack. Some teeth can be protected & saved with a crown (+RCT\?), while others are hopeless & doomed to failure even with a crown, and sometimes we are unsure and crown the tooth with the hope it will be a long-lasting restoration. It would be great if we had better diagnostic tools and a crystal ball. Listen to DDS. ...Read more

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What can I do about a faded or cracked tooth?

What can I do about a faded or cracked tooth?

Filling or crown: Depending on how badly and deeply the tooth is cracked it can be fixed with a composite (white) filling or it may need a crown. If it is only cosmetic and in the front a veneer can also be placed. ...Read more

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Will it hurt to get a cracked tooth fixed?

Will it hurt to get a cracked tooth fixed?

Painless: dental treatment may sound like an oxymoron, but new techniques and advanced anesthesia are making it a reality for many patients. It helps you to save cracked teeth, maintain your natural smile, continue eating the foods you love and improve your general health. ...Read more

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Should i put a crown on a cracked tooth?

Should i put a crown on a cracked tooth?

Recommended: However, if the fractured is deep and the damage extends to the nerve chamber, root canal treatment and crown is another option. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: cracked tooth syndrome?

What is the definition or description of: cracked tooth syndrome?

Pain with biting: Cracked tooth syndrome is the name we give any tooth that hurts when you bit on it and regularly does this. It does have to be diagnosed to make sure no other reason is causing pain. Cts can be with a tooth that has a large filling, small filling and even no filling. Know that when it hurts to bite down or eat on that tooth you may be the proud owner of a tooth that will only get worse. ...Read more

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Difference between crack in tooth or cracked tooth syndrome?

Difference between crack in tooth or cracked tooth syndrome?

Discomfort: Teeth with cracks generally do not hurt. Teeth with cracked tooth syndrome generally hurt when biting. This makes it important to treat cracked teeth before they begin to hurt, or before they actually fracture. ...Read more

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Can a cracked tooth be filled if the crack is on biting edge?

Can a cracked tooth be filled if the crack is on biting edge?

Yes, but...: Yes, and we do that all the time. However, that area of the tooth takes a lot of stress, and unless you are very careful, it is likely to break again. When that happens can be days, weeks, months, years or never. It would help to know the reason it broke, and that would determine the best way to restore the tooth, namely bonding, laminate or a crown. Discuss options with your own dentist. ...Read more

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