Your teeth are covered in enamel, a tough material.The dentine and pulp, which are the tooth's supporting structures, are shielded by the enamel.
A cracked tooth can range in severity from a small chip to one that bleeds and exposes the nerves. A fractured tooth should be treated as soon as possible because delaying treatment could lead to discomfort and other problems.
Several factors might cause teeth to break:
• Damage or trauma to the face or mouth
• Large fillings that have deteriorated or become loose
• A root-filled tooth may become brittle and break or crack under pressure while being used for chewing.
• A tooth with a significant cavity might easily fracture.
To prevent further damage to the tooth's enamel and to minimize unneeded discomfort, broken tooth repairs and treatments must be carried out as soon as possible. Please keep your front tooth in milk if you have broken it or the tooth has completely fallen out due to an injury. Refrain from cleaning it and call a general dentist right away.
Depending on the severity of the issue, your dentist's treatment plans may recommend any one of a number of therapies, including:
• A filling
• Dental bonding
• Polishing or filling
• Removal of the root canal
By scheduling a visit, your dentist will be able to do a comprehensive examination to evaluate the harm, choose the best course of action, and make any required referrals.
Our qualified dentists can assist you whether your cracked or chipped tooth has to be fixed. The following are remedies for a fractured tooth:
dental care generally
aesthetic dental work
To schedule an appointment for the treatment and repair of a fractured tooth, contact us right away.