Cracks through the enamel and dentine of the tooth can happen, and you’ll usually notice the following symptoms:
Although dental enamel is the strongest material the body makes, it also has a brittle glass-like structure. This makes it vulnerable to cracking or fracturing under certain circumstances.Enquire Now
Yes. Cracks tend to spread over time. If left unchecked, cracks in the enamel could lead to cracks in the underlying dentine layer; this causes pain because dentine is sensitive.
Treatment needed depends very much on how soon the crack(s) are diagnosed. Early diagnosis before any symptoms have started offers the best chance of successful treatment. Diagnosis after the symptoms of pain have started may mean root fillings or even surgery.
Cracks in teeth are common. In the early stages, cracks in teeth are painless and sometimes hard for you to spot. That’s why we use magnifying glasses are during your examination. Your dentist can tell you if you have any cracks in your teeth and what is the most appropriate treatment for you.
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Your mouth will be examined and you’ll be given advice for moving forward with your treatment.
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