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Posted on 1/20/2019 by Dr. Chad Rebhun
|Having a cracked tooth can not only cause you pain, but it can put in jeopardy your oral health. When you lose part of the outer layer of your teeth, known as the enamel, the bacteria can penetrate the tooth and result in plaque buildup.
Plaque is that sticky substance that attaches to your teeth and can cause a lot of problems down the road including tooth loss. If you have a cracked tooth, we must take care of it as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
Signs of a Cracked Tooth
Some of the most common symptoms of a cracked tooth include:
Cracked Tooth Treatment
Depending on the damage, we have several treatment options to treat a broken tooth. We will always try to save your natural teeth and will do everything we can to accomplish this goal. The most common procedures we use to fix your tooth are:
When we can't save the cracked tooth, we will need to remove it, but there are some excellent teeth replacement options such as dental implants that look and function like natural teeth.