Cracked tooth syndrome

What is Cracked tooth syndrome?

Cracked tooth syndrome is a fracture of the tooth. It is characterized by sharp pain when biting on a certain tooth, which may get worse if the applied biting force is increased.

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I think i may have a cracked tooth. nothing visible. i had a root removed a few weeks ago successfully, but have discomfort in upper back tooth. I...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
fractured tooth, pulpitis, RCT

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for your query, I have gone through your query.
As far as the pain in the...

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i have a cracket tooth from too many years and all the fillings in it... it hurts me so bad, but my dentist is on vacation this week & i don t want...

doctor1 MD

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Welcome to HCM
I read your problem & would like to tell you that your restoration has become faulty & may be microleakage has started because...

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My dentist told me I had a cracked filling and she was going to refill it. Do all cracked fillings have to have crowns or root canals bit anxious...

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Hi,Thanks for query,
Cracked filling means you had filling of tooth before and filling is broken due to hard chewing or after the space of passing...

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