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Molar teeth has been cracked and still in my mouth in its root. What is the exact solution? can we remove that full teeth ?
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Visit a dentist and get a proper clinical examination and 1 X Ray done..... that will help us to decide whether the tooth is still restorable or not, depending upon the level and extent of the fracture.... Every effort should be made to save the natural tooth if possible..... otherwise extraction remains the only option..... treatment should not be delayed in either case.....
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The extent of the crack will dictate the treatment. A good xray to start with is a good option
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Hello, you need to visit an Endodontist and get a clinical examination done.Based on the level of the crack the treatment will be planned. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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visit a dentist near you get an X-ray done for checking the proper level at which the crack has happened , because only that can help in proper treatment plan.
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Don't panic. Tooth root can be easily removed without pain.
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Hello Firstly the extend of the crack has to be evaluated on an X ray so that if it can be saved by filling or Root canal treatment (RCT) (depending on the crack) it should be treated for the same.If only root stumps are present then it should be extracted. Please get the tooth treated before it gets infected and start giving you pain and discomfort .
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Visit dentist as early as possible to prevent further damage.
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Maintain your oral hygiene and don't let food get accumulated in the cracked tooth area.
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Extent of crack will determine its further treatment. If some amount of sound tooth is still visible without any crack extending in roots then it can be saved with rct followed by post and core, and crown/cap. But this can only be assured after clinical examination. If nothing has left to save it, then its removal is the ultimate option followed by its replacement with an artificial one.
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Visit a dentist as soon as possible to avoide its further damage and complications.
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The extent of the damage needs to be assessed and if it is too bad then removal is the only option.
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visit a dentist for the assessment
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broken tooth can very easily get infected, so do not delay your visit to the dentist.
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Hi,please visit a dentist to know the level of crack.If too much tooth destruction the entire tooth has to be removed or root canal treatment followed by cap.
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Hello Sir Pls visit the dentist for a X-ray which is required to know the the extent of the crack. Only that way it is possible to determine whether the tooth can be saved by doing a RCT or the only option is to remove the tooth.
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