Fractured Tooth

A tooth crack happens because of genetics, bruxism, trauma, or other factors. You could possibly have no symptoms or you might experience pain, sensitivity, and swelling. Your dentist might be able to provide you with different treatment options depending on the severity of your tooth crack.

Which teeth are most likely to fracture

Fractures usually peak in the upper front teeth and the teeth at the back of your lower jaw (mandibular molars). Fractures occur usually in only one tooth, but more severe pain or injury may injure multiple teeth.

Cost of teeth repair in India.

The prices of dental-implant surgery in India vary anywhere from ₹ 15,000 to ₹ 1,00,000 roughly.

1. Consultations

Filling material may be used to repair cracks. If the tooth happens to be broken, a crown might be suggested.

2. Check Up

A dentist frequently detects a crack by viewing a crack line, a line segment from a fracture plane's perimeter, wherein this line segment has a significant surface that a dentist can observe.

3. Treatments

If the crack extends to the pulp, a root canal treatment may be conducted and a crown placed to cover the hole. However, if the crack extends below the gum line, the tooth cannot be saved and will generally be taken out.

4. Recovery

Although a crack can be fixed, a tooth that's cracked will not be completely restored, unlike a broken bone can be. While your mouth might be sore after the procedure, the pain should subside in a couple of days.






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Frequently Ask Questions

Some FAQ Questions related to this page

Yes, a broken adult tooth is rather significant! Broken teeth are dental emergencies that require immediate care. Even a small break may have major repercussions on chewing, drinking, and speaking.

Your enamel is the strongest layer on the outside of your tooth, but it is vulnerable, and several ways could lead to tooth fractures. Some fractures are the result of the trauma of playing a game or falling, while others are a result of bad habits like biting ice.

It's possible that something can hit a tooth without having anything break off, but that doesn't mean you're in the clear. Thus, you can still subject your tooth to significant harm without seeing it to the naked eye.

Facial swelling is usually accompanied by irritation in the cheek, gums, and/or jawline. Sharp pain often occurs when biting down or other types of pressure are applied to your teeth.