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I have a half broken teeth front. How much does it cost to fix or filling it . Attached a pic Thanks in advance
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Hello. An x-ray is required to know the extent of fracture of tooth. You might have to undergo a root canal treatment followed by a crown placement. If the fracture has not involved the pulp, a cosmetic treatment that includes restoration (filling) would be sufficient. Please visit a dentist for definitive diagnosis and treatment.
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You have to go for rct and crown . Cost depends upon materials used and expertise of dental surgeon
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Firstly need to know, is their any pain or sensitivity in that tooth. If yes then after root canal treatment, capping can be done. If no sensitivity is present then cosmetic filling can be done. Consult doctor online or offline for better guidance and treatment options. Cost will depend upon the treatment.
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1.Cost factor depends on the condition found out at the time of clinical examination & investigations like small radiograph  (iopa). 2.So, a.  Also,Do you have any pain? If yes, Then after evaluation with clinical examination & radiographic investigation  (iopa) Root canal therapy followed by crown placement will be done. b.  & If not then cosmetic restoration like composite material will be the choice.
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