Restoration of Broken Teeth

Restoration of Broken Teeth

Sonali’s Question : How to recover broken tooth

Dentures PH Answer : Your tooth will be examined for pulp involvement, by your dentist. An x ray of your tooth should also be taken. If there’s no pulp involvement, the tooth can be restored by crown. If there’s pulp involvement, the tooth can be treated with RCT + Crown.

Post space preparation

Post space preparation after RCT.

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Dental Crown Photos

Dental Crown Photos

Bikash’s Question : Can i give you photos of my teeth ? Do you know assamese language?

Dentures PH Answer : Sure. Send it. No, english only.

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Affordable metal ceramic crowns for endodontically treated anterior teeth – denturesaffordable.com

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Affordable Dental Crown

Affordable Dental Crown

God-with’s Question : I talking about a broken tooth not shoe. I broke one of my upper incisor tooth due 2 an incident,and few other teeth were slightly disodered,can it be fixed up?
Please, what do you mean by artificial shoe?

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Affordable metal ceramic crowns for endodontically treated anterior teeth – denturesaffordable.com

Dentures PH Answer : Yes. It can be fixed up. Visit a dentist today.

God-with’s Question : Thanks, i really do appreciate your concern. But how much will it cost me to fix it up? Please give me the price estimate.

Dentures PH Answer : Your dentist will tell you how much upon examination.

God-with’s Follow-up Question : Where can i locate you people?

Dentures PH Answer : See a dentist in your area.

God-with : Alright, but can just any dentist do it?

Dentures PH : Find a good dentist.

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Prosthodontic Reconstruction : Core Build-up

Prosthodontic Reconstruction : Core Build-up

If there’s enough coronal tooth structure to yield retention to a core build up, a post will not be necessary. The build up will fill the access cavity and other loss tooth tissue.

For core build-ups, a mechanical retention in addition to dentin bonding system should be placed to achieve maximum retention.

If the remaining tooth structure and the pulpal space support sufficient retention for the buildup, a post will not be needed and should be avoided.

Known advantages of build up without a post:

  • Additional weakening of the root is avoided.
  • Danger of root perforation is minimized.
  • Load transmission to the root is more uniform.
  • Fracture mode is more favorable in case of failure.
  • Salvaging of the tooth is more likely in case of failure.
  • Non-surgical retreatment is facilitated.
  • Costs for materials and treatment time are reduced.

In anterior teeth, the forces act in more horizontal direction and the cross section area is small, thus the insertion of post is necessary depending on the retention of core build up after tooth preparation.

Post space preparation

Post space preparation

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