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FAQ:  Cracked Tooth




Question:
How can I tell if a tooth is cracked? Does a crack always result in pain in the tooth or gum? Visitor from IL

Answer:
Dan, your question is what's the difference between Cracked or crazed? If the tooth is cracked tooth pieces move apart. If it is crazed it looks like a crack down the middle and picks up stain easily. To repair the area we try bonding after we take the piece off or a crown sometimes root canal therapy.

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