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Half of teeth cut

Dear sir, my son fall down and one of the teeth (1/2 part ) cut.what we have to do .I have bajaj insurance ,is it cover for treatment.
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4 yrs means they are milk teeth they will fall off and permanent teeth will come In this mean time go for proper treatment Insurance people won't give for crowns they only cover root canal treatment and surgical parts
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Bajaj allianz will cover only for dental surgical procedure,Root canals & pulpotomy depending upon the policy. Crowns after root canal r not covered, as it comes in the bracket of cosmetic treatment. Still, please kindly ask your insurance agent for details and clarification. Your son might be needing pulpotomy.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there...visit your nearest pediatric dentist ASAP...regd. Insurance consult your agent... Take care..!!
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Hi.. usually insurance doesn't cover this. You can get his teeth corrected by visiting nearest dentist. Regards
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Dr. Latesh Jogekar Nagpur | Dental Surgeon
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If pt having pain on that site then root canal of tooth should be done immediately.... As pt is alredy 4 yr old hence u not to worry about it because as he is grown up to 6yr, permanent tooth erupted if fracture tooth is anteriors.....u not mentioned which tooth????
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Treatment depends upon the extent of fracture. If the fracture is involving the nerve tissue of the tooth, u have to go for an RCT procedure. Regarding Insurance coverage find it out with ur agent
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