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MOLAR CUSP SPLITTED OFF
My ist molar one cusp splitted off deeply and there i can see hole below gum from 2 year i don,t eat from that side
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Hi sir...     First and foremost is to take XRAY(IOPA) to rule out the cause   If the fracture is vertical then probably the tooth has to be removed If the fracture is horizontal then we can save the tooth by root canal treatment followed by capping
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kindly visit dentist for futhur management
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do brushing twice daily do flossing evryday drink plenty of water do not distrub the affected site with tongue or finger
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From your description it seems you will need an extraction of the tooth. Will need to see Xray before I give you a definitive answer
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Not eating from that side is not a solution,please get it checked before your whole tooth gets fractured or infected,please show it to a dentist nearest to you , doctor will guide you how it can be restored,you should eat from both the sides after treatment because overtime eating from one side can lead to joint pain( TMJ disorders),strain to your joints , sensitivity.
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You need to consult a dentist, he/she will give you advice about either saving the tooth via RCT or extraction and implant
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get an x-ray
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don't delay. could get worse.
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we hve to see the extent of fracture by xray
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Immediate attention is required visit a nearby qualified dentist depending on the amount of destruction of teeth the dentist would either decide to do a RCT and crown and save the teeth or to remove if it's beyond correction. Thanks
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Consult a dentist and get an X-ray done. If possible the tooth should be Root canaled and restored with a crown
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Hello sir, we need to examine your molar teeth with an x-ray, then only we can come to diagnosis that whether the teeth can be saved or it has to extracted...
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It's good that you don't eat that side...
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Hello  upload your x-ray. There are high chances of saving the tooth and restore function. Visit  dentist asap.
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HELLO Kindly get your check up done to get it treated immediately. A decayed or broken tooth can cause infection in the underlying bone. Regards Team TDC
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Hi. It seems your tooth is decayed. Pls visit endodontist for restoration or rct or extraction whatever wiil be required. Take care.
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Do x ray then only dentist can decide best treatment for you
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visit nearby dentist
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