» A tooth fracture can be of different types depending upon the extent of the tooth involved.
» A minor tooth fracture may usually involve chipping or cracking of the upper layer of tooth i.e. enamel only.
» A deeper tooth fracture may involve both the enamel and the dentin leading to the loss of a larger segment of the tooth.
» A deeper and bigger tooth fracture may involve the pulp tissue and this can lead to acute tooth pain.
» A much deeper fracture can affect the root of the tooth as well.
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» External Injury to a tooth due to an accident or a trauma Injury to a tooth due to biting down on any hard objects.CALL US NOW!
» Minor tooth fractures due to Improper biting force can be corrected using orthodontic treatment.
» Tooth fracture due to long standing caries or decay can be treated with root canal treatment followed by a naturally looking dental crown.
» Tooth fractured due to trauma is managed according to the level of the fracture. For an extremely deep and large tooth fracture you might need a root canal treatment otherwise if the fracture is small and superficial then it can be treated with tooth coloured filling materials.
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