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Gud evening I have broken teeth(lower central teeth) incisor and it turned yellowish in colour and it's colour is different from my other teeth's and puss n some smell also comes from that teeth.what can be done if I want to keep my original teeth only? Or any other best thing? Thanx in advance
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It can only be answered after seeing radiograph, natural always better is salvageable fir details visit us at www.thedentalsolutions.in
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Please visit a dentist to get a proper diagnosis and treatment planning. Depending on the extent of fracture and the remaining tooth structure and the periapical lesion the treatment can be planned.
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Visit the dentist soon and get treatment started. any delay can lead to loss of tooth as well.
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Hi . . The tooth requires root canal treatment and  if advanced stage then apicoectomy .. Which removes the infection at the tip of the tooth.. kindly consult the dentist asap... with prior intake of analgesics and antibiotics before the treatment..
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you should visit a dentist near you and let him evaluate the condition if the tooth is fractured only in crown part then it can be saved by doing RCT and then followed by capping.
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hello, you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. Get an x-ray done. there might be infection to the root of the tooth, you need to get it treated. then get a crown placed over that tooth.
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Hi, as per the history you have given , which includes trauma to the tooth and discoloration with pus discharge,it is quite clear that the tooth is dead. The only way you. An sabe this tooth is by getting a root canal treatment done. This is a good option only when the remaining tooth structure is good enough to hold any filling on the top post root canal treatment. During the root canal you might have to wait for 7 to 15 days between 2 visits, where doctor might place some medicines in the tooth to treat that infection.once the pus discharge has stopped and infection is completely gone only then root can treatment can be completed.
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visit a dentist. get a X Ray done. Check how big the infection is. And can the remaining tooth structure can support a filling on top or not
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Always check with your doctor for prognosis(success of the treatment) before going for any treatment . Even after spending money for root canal , filling and crown, if that tooth is not going to survive for more then 6 months, a good option would be to remove that tooth and get an artificial tooth in place with dental implants or a ceramic bridge
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First it's important to see the line of fracture. From were it has broken. If there is some structure left it can b treated by root canal if there is no lesion in periapical (root)of the tooth. If there is lesion sometimes you have to undergo apicoectomy surgery also. It depends on how long it's been broken.
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it's better if u visit ur dentist n take a x ray to reach a final conclusion.
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