Is it possible to keep my cracked-tooth intact with my gum without removing or doing root canal by taking sincere care?

Crack will get worse. No, your cracked tooth can only get worse not better. If you have symptoms your choices are a crown, crown/root canal, or removal. The recommended treatment depends on how severe the crack is.
No. No. Eventually, it will get infected and require extraction. Treat the tooth.

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What should I do when I go to a dentist for a cracked tooth root and the want to do a root canal?

Extent of crack. A cracked tooth will be evaluated to see if it it is limited to only the crown, or if it extends vertically into the root of the tooth. They can sometimes be very tricky to detect and treat. Be sure to ask the dentist about all the options, if the extent of the crack is clear, and how confident they are about the recommended treatment if they want to save the tooth. Read more...

Does letting a cracked tooth go too long always end up with a root canal? I've had a cracked tooth for a while now, but didn't go to the dentist because I didn't have insurance and wouldn't have been able to afford the cost. Now it kind of hurts a little.

Can't . Can't tell if you will need a root canal since I have no radiograph and can't examine you... But if it is cracked for a while like you say, you probably have a deep cavity, pain or no pain. If you need a root canal, it will be much more expensive than having the filling performed when the tooth first cracked. Please understand... I am not trying to lecture you. I am trying to advise you to get your teeth checked out before you start needing to have them taken out. Insurance or no insurance, you need dental treatment. Contact your county health service to get advice as to low cost treatment in your area. Somehow, some way, you are going to have to budget dental healthcare costs into your everyday expenses if you want to save your teeth. Read more...
Cracked . Cracked teeth may not only needing a root canal, but if you continue to delay treatment you may end up losing it. Read more...
I . I hope all you need is a rooth canal and the subsequent crown. That will mean tha the tooth is basically ok. If the decay or fracture is too extensive, then you may need to lose the tooth. Of course you may be really lucky and not need the root canal. Only your dentist can really tell after examining you. Read more...

My mother has a cracked tooth at the nerve and needs 2 root canals she's in pain got no meds is there any home remedies for a tooth ache?

Toothache remedies. There is nothing you can do except get to a dentist for help ASAP. Until you see your dentist you can take temporary pain relievers. Alternate NSAID (Advil) with Tylenol (acetaminophen) for moderate to severe pain. Do not place an aspirin in the painful area on the gum. See a dentist ASAP. Read more...