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Will Eating Almonds Break My Tooth Which Has A Crack On It
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Today half of my tooth broke off but it was realy random. I touched it and it just cracked off. Is that normal for it break without any injury/impact?
Will i need a new crown if the porcelain crown on my tooth has a crack in it and looks like it might break?
Tooth chipped and fell out while eating a little piece cracked and fell out from back of the tooth will this give me pain?
Most likely it will.: It is never a good idea to ignore a "chipped tooth". Unlike bones and other tissues teeth never heal or repair themselves. It isost likely that the tooth will continue to break apart with eventual pain or worse (abscess). Keep it clean until you can see your dentist, but don't wait too long. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Is cracked tooth syndrome the same thing as a fractured tooth? Part of one of my molars cracked off while eating last night, and i'm trying to do research to figure out what happened. Are they the same thing?
Not really: "cracked tooth syndrome" is what we use to describe a tooth that usually acts normal but if you bite a certain way you get a shooting pain. A crown is the treatment of choice. The crack is not usually detectable. A cracked tooth is when a tooth fractures. This is usually caused by underlying decay that weakens the tooth or by a very large filling. This almost always shows up on an x-ray or exam. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
A sure sign: If there are particular times when you bite into a tooth and their is an instant sharp pain upon biting or letting go, and then the pain is gone just that quickly as well, then you have a cracked tooth pretty much for sure. It can be sensitive to sweets and cold as well. But the biting thing is the important finding here. These teeth are recommended for crowns. If a crown is present, a root canal. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some thoughts..: Primary teeth are usually a bit smaller than secondary teeth, and primary teeth are usually all lost by 15 years old, but not always. Fact is, regardless if it is adult or baby, it needs to be evaluated by a dentist. The dentist will tell you for sure what type of tooth it is and what can be done for it. Guessing is not a good option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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