Broken tooth or broken teeth

The substance teeth overlaying teeth is the most powerful tissue of a human’s body, it’s not completely invincible. There are many possible accidents causing teeth to break. Sometimes simply chewing pencil or similar may be a cause of the cracking. Intense sports activities are probably the most common reason for teeth to break. Make sure you use mouthguard if you participate in dangerous sports!

Why?

Teeth can become susceptible to breaking when cavities or tooth rot disintegration debilitates one’s teeth. In such cases even chewing tough food is a risk. We at Dental Emergency Cheadle can pinpoint on several of the most damaging substances for the firmness of teeth. Those are potato chips, alcohol, citruses, ice, tough candies, coffee, soda, dried fruit and various so-called sports beverages.

Types

There are several various types of broken teeth. To name a few: Craze lines, split tooth, chips, decay-induced breaks, vertical root fractures, cracked tooth/teeth, broken cusp(s) and other sorts of serious breaks.

Treatment

One cannot treat broken tooth/teeth at home. The professional intervention of a skilled dentist is needed. Sometimes cracks on teeth are not even visible, but the patient experiences pains when simply chewing, tasting hot or cold drinks and similar. Therefore – make sure you visit professional dentist experts such as those with Dental Emergency Cheadle.

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