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Tips For Avoiding: Dislodged, Broken, Cracked Teeth

A broken or cracked tooth may seem minor at first, but if left untreated, matters may escalate. A broken tooth is a serious problem that causes hesitation to talk, laugh or smile in public and requires time at the dentist to rebuild the mouth as well as confidence. A general dentist will be the first to tell you that a broken tooth will not repair itself like a broken bone. The only way to restore the former appearance of a broken cracked or dislodged tooth is with a dental restoration or tooth contouring.

Tips to Prevent Broken, Cracked or Dislodged Teeth

1. Wear a Mouthguard

It can mean the difference between a safe smile and a broken or dislodged tooth.

2. Avoid Assumptions

3. Stay Committed to Oral Care

4. Schedule Routine Checkups

5. Maintain Teeth Strength

Types of Cracked Teeth

Dental Procedures to Repair Cracked or Broken Teeth

To avoid further damage and possible infection, visit a dentist right away if you have a cracked or broken tooth.

1. Dental Bonding

2. Veneers

3. Crowns

4. Root Canals

5. Dental Implants

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