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Ways of Noticing You Have a Cracked Tooth

Posted on 12/19/2022 by OM
Ways of Noticing You Have a Cracked ToothA cracked tooth needs immediate attention. It can be the result of several unfortunate events. For instance, a person can crack a tooth when they eat hard candy or chew on ice. Another person may crack their tooth because of an injury to the head. Still, others may crack a tooth grinding their teeth. Lastly, a cracked tooth may occur if the filling inside the tooth is large and there is not enough structure around the filling to maintain the integrity of the tooth.

Notice These Symptoms of a Cracked Tooth

If you have pain when you chew your food that is not predictable, you may have a cracked tooth. In other words, if the pain comes and goes yet seems localized to one tooth, you may have a cracked tooth.

You may have a cracked tooth if you have increased sensitivity with hot or cold food or even sticky or sweet food. Sensitivity to food and drinks may indicate that your tooth is damaged or cracked.

Have you noticed a bump near your gumline? This could be an infection at the bottom of your tooth. This infection could be the result of a crack in your tooth.

Let's Talk About How to Fix Your Cracked Tooth

If you suspect you have a crack in your tooth, it is important that you call our office as soon as you can. We do not want you to get an infection as that may make matters worse, and the infection could spread throughout your body. It is better to be safe and get your tooth looked at than wonder if you have a crack in your tooth. Call our office today to set up an appointment, and we can look at your tooth. We want to help you and get your tooth fixed.

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