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My 10 yrs daughter's incisor teeth has been broken little bit from front what to do Can her tooth became normal Plz suggest
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Broken teeth never grow back. It can always be filled with tooth coloured fillings.  If she doesnt have pain and depending on extent of fracture,  the treatment varies. Do see her dentist
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Better take a radiograph of the tooth.. if the tooth fracture not involved the pulp you can build the fractured toot arae with composite / by doing vaneering..
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Hello, take an X ray for the same tooth. If its not involving the pulp  u can go for light cure composite restoration.
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We need to take X-ray to find the extent of the fracture teeth !
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If X-ray shows the broken piece is little then we can do tooth colored filling and match it with original tooth and it will look natural
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Quickly take appointment and do the consultation and X-ray with dentist
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