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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove it and Ghana for implants.

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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
Broken down tooth doesn't necessitate removal always unless presented with severe infection. You may go for Root canal treatment and Capping.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
Consult a dentist if possible get a crown or if required a rct or epicoectomy n than cap this way you can save your original tooth.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
Hello, fractured front tooth treatment depends on the extent of fractured line in relation to pulp of toothand also on the amount of remaining tooth structure. This can be determined by doing an x-ray. If fracture line is near/within pulp, RCT can be done to save the tooth followed by crown placement. If fracture line extend deeper in root area and tooth cannot be saved, then extraction followed by implant placement is a good option. If fracture is minor, tooth can be restored by composite restoration. Kindly consult a dentist for proper treatment plan.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
No your teeth need not be removed. The lost portion of your teeth cab be rebuilt using a tooth colored resin based composite restorative material.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
Yes.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
No need for extraction get RCT and further crown can be placed.
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Sir my front teeth is 1/4 broken it's necessary to remove...
Yes implant is a best option for you.
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