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Can A Broken Tooth Grow Back
No: Unfortunately a broken tooth cannot grow back. However, in many cases a broken tooth is completely repairable, and can be restored to full function. There are a few lucky animals, such as sharks, that can grow new sets of teeth. ...Read more
How lumineers provide strength to broken tooth? And also lumineers can cover the back side of broken part?
In heathtap. Com, I have asked this question many times but didn't get exact answer that ''lumineers can cover the back side of front 20% broken tooth?
We're trying to: While it seems like a simple question, the answer is not so simple. Lumineers are merely a brand name. It's like asking, is a toyota car a good car? Which model & compared to what? The answer is yes! Whether that veneer will look good, hold up over time & not break, and is the right\best choice for you, is a very different question. Internet answers cannot & should not replace office evaluation. ...Read more
Probably not: If your tooth is broken, it needs to be restored, not patched back together with the broken piece. Unless of course you are referring to a chipped front tooth with no cavities... In many instances, the chipped piece can be bonded back on and the results are superb. ...Read more
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Hi I have not taken good care of my teeth, I have a broken tooth I think my wisdom back tooth, I want to see a dentist but I'm afraid, any alternative?
Alternative?: Yes, not seeing a dentist will result in more pain, more swelling, more costs, no teeth eventually, infections spreading to the rest of your body with potentially serious complications. I think seeing a dentist is the best alternative. You will have to overcome your fear. Dentistry can be pain free! ...Read more
I had a teeth cleaning and I have a broken tooth in the back where dentist said it looks like leukoplakia don't know what to do he told me to smoking?
How complicated, expensive and painful to pull a broken tooth I haven't had insurance for a while, and two molars in the back of my mouth have all but fallen apart. I manage the pain and infection as best I can, but I know that I have to do something abou
Hard to say...:
Each extraction is slightly different, depending on the extent of the decay, shape of the roots, etc. Regarding fees, each office will have its own fee structure.
Seek out care at a local dental school or hospital residency program; you may be eligible to receive care at a sliding, reduced fee schedule. This problem can get worse quite quickly, so call today for an appointment. ...Read more
How can I stop the pain I'm having in my tooth, I have a broken tooth in the back of my mouth and it's hurting terribly the tooth is at the bottom left side one of my molars I think, I don't have any insurance coverage so I can't go to a dentist to have I
SmileSaver Dental: Teeth are very strong, but a broken tooth is not uncommon. Your dentist can figure out if the break was caused by a cavity, and if the tooth's nerve is in danger. In any case is a treatable condition. For only a few dollars per month, SmileSaver makes it easy to get the affordable dental care you need. ...Read more
Call a dentist: A dentist is trained to evaluate the broken tooth and determine if it is restorable or if it needs to be extracted. ...Read more
Dentist to evaluate: The decision is yours. It is all dependent on where the tooth is located. The teeth in the back, should be addressed ASAP to avoid vertical fracture and possible tooth loss, which can add added aggrevation and monetary outlay. It is also dependent upon how much tooth structure in left in theoriginal preparation or area of decay. Have your dentist evaluate to be sure. ...Read more
Please do have this: Tooth evaluated by a dentist to know if repair work is needed. ...Read more
Call a dentist asap.:
I hope you are not just afraid to see a dentist because despite of the technological advancement in dentistry for a great dental experience, a good number of people are still anxious to seek dental care.
Most of them had painful experience in the past and will only be forced to see a dentist when the condition gets severe.
Please go and see a dentist asap. Save your tooth. ...Read more
Depends on the break: If you have a broken piece of tooth that does not hurt, you may eventually have pain and possibly loose the piece altogether. Different types of partials require different amounts of time and appointments to fabricate. Some partials can take from 1-3 days. Some take a few appointments and require about 1-2 weeks to actually fabricate in a lab. ...Read more
I have a badly broken tooth, it doesn't have an absyss or any pain but I was wondering having half a tooth open could cause any other health problems?
See a dentist: Even though your broken tooth does not hurt it is important to get this treated. You are open to an infection, and this an be serious for the rest of your body. ...Read more
Not likely: Sensitivity is not uncommon after a crown is placed over the broken tooth. If this goes away, 6-8 weeks, then tooth is recovering and getting back to normal. However, the transition from temperature sensitivity to constant pain is a bad sign. There is a chance you are going to need an endodontic treatment. See your dentist for re-evaluation if needed. Good luck. ...Read more
Durable Goods: Dental restorations can be expected to last a long time. Will they last 20 years? Possibly. But it is reasonable to expect that they will be replaced sooner than that. Many factors go into the eventual lifespan. ...Read more
It is not normal: Pain that lasts for up to a week, but is gradually getting better is normal. Pain that starts to get worse or lasts more than 2 weeks is considered abnormal and you may want to see your dentist. Even if you had wisdom teeth removed couple of months ago, there could easily be something else going on at a different part of your mouth/teeth and examination is warranted. ...Read more
Depends: You need to see a dentist. If it has a small break, and is restorable, then the dentist will explain your treatment, which includes root canal treatment, buildup and crown. If the breakage is large or the tooth has a significant crack and is not restorable, the tooth will need to be removed. They will also evaluate the bone support for this tooth. ...Read more
I had a broken tooth pulled that was absecessed an there is a knot right under that where the tooth was what could it be?
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