What can you do to fix broken teeth. Dental teeth can break because of grinding or chewing on difficult food items, grinding or grinding or clenching. Signs of a tooth breaking are pain when biting or chewing, sensitivity from consuming hot or cold items, and swelling of the gums surrounding the tooth.
Common types of cracked teeth are: fractured cusp, split teeth. Root fractures.
Treatment depends on the type and severity of the crack. The endodontist will find the crack and will treat the patient accordingly. Treatment options for damaged teeth comprise bonding. The tooth-colored resin is bonded to the tooth. Root Canal: In the event that it is found that the crack affects the pulp, the damaged pulp is taken out, and the affected space is sealed and filled. Crowns are then required to restore the tooth. Crowns are a porcelain cap fitted on the damaged tooth. Veneer is a thin shell made from porcelain. It protects the chipped tooth.
If you want to save a tooth that has cracked, you can put it into milk and take the tooth in to an endodontist. Contact the endodontist right away for prompt treatment, to attempt to save the tooth.