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I have 3/4th broken teeth .how much does it cost if I want to fix it with a cap in bangalore. How much can it cost.

I have 3/4th broken teeth .how much does it cost if I want to fix it with a cap in bangalore. How much can it cost.
Hello, if the tooth is broken 3/4th, pulp might have been involved. You would require root canal treatment followed by crown. Cost for rct and crown would be around 6-7k.
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I have previously taken root canal treatment and now my teeth has broken half and remaining is in root .and its paining.

I have previously taken root canal treatment and now my teeth has broken half and remaining is in root .and its paining.
Consult a dentist if the root can b saved a post crown where you have original root ca b given otherwise implant may a good choice.
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My central incisors teeth broken 60%.infection already spread in dentine & plup area. Suffer pain & bad smell. Now what should I do?

My central incisors teeth broken 60%.infection already spread in dentine & plup area. Suffer pain & bad smell. Now wh...
You should take a rct. Consult a dentist nearby. And take homeopathic treatment side by side. It will help to prevent further teeth affection.
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My right side tooth is broken and it creates pain, I consulted a doctor who suggest me to go for rct, I have already done a rct of one teeth, I want to know is it safe to go for rct, and there are some more tooth in which there are something black on upper side, he tells me to do filling in 5 teeth and rct in one teeth. My age is 22. Please suggest me what should I do and what can I do to safeguard my tooth in future as I do toothbrush daily then also it happens.

My right side tooth is broken and it creates pain, I consulted a doctor who suggest me to go for rct, I have already ...
Hello lybrate-user. Yes, it is safe to go for rct. But it is not a permanent solution. And other teeth can get affected. Better take homoeopathic treatment side by side to stop further progress. You can consult me at Lybrate. Till then take merc sol 30.
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Saving A Knocked Out Tooth!

Saving A Knocked Out Tooth!

More than 5 million teeth are knocked out every year in children and adults. With proper emergency action, a tooth that has been knocked out of its socket can be successfully replanted and last for years. It is important to see a dentist as soon as possible after the tooth is knocked out. Quick action will increase the likelihood of saving the tooth.

Saving a Knocked Out Tooth

1. Pick up tooth by the crown (the chewing surface) not the root
Locate the tooth immediately; do not leave it at the site of the accident. The tooth should be handled carefully touch only the crown to minimize injury to the root.

2. If dirty, gently rinse tooth with water
a. Do not use soap or chemicals
b. Do not scrub the tooth
c. Do not dry the tooth
d. Do not wrap it in a tissue or cloth

3. Reposition tooth in socket immediately, if possible
The sooner the tooth is replaced, the greater the likelihood it will survive. To reinsert, carefully push the tooth into the socket with fingers, or position above the socket and close mouth slowly. Hold the tooth in place with fingers or by gently biting down on it.

4. Keep tooth moist at all times
The tooth must not be left outside the mouth to dry. If it cannot be replaced in the socket, put it in one of the following:
Emergency tooth preservation kit
Milk
Mouth (next to cheek)
Regular tap water is not recommended for long term storage because the root surface cells do not tolerate water for long periods of time.

5. See a dentist within 30 minutes
Bring the tooth to a dentist as soon as possible, ideally, within 30 minutes. However, it is possible to save the tooth even if it has been outside the mouth for an hour or more.

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My tooth are breaking down and changed to yellow and black marks and there is sensitivity please recommend me what should I do. My age is 24.

My tooth are breaking down and changed to yellow and black marks and there is sensitivity please recommend me what sh...
Definition: cavities are permanently damaged areas in the hard surface of your teeth that develop into tiny openings or holes. Causes: cavities, also called tooth decay or caries, are caused by a combination of factors, mostly by the bacteria that are stuck onto the teeth surfaces that releases a lot of acids which causes the demineralisation (eroding) of the tooth/ teeth thus causing decay. Poor oral hygiene, frequent snacking, sipping sugary drinks, eating junk or sticky food causes the bacteria to multiply quicker and faster releasing a lot of toxins, chemicals and acids. Which cause bleeding gums, cavities, bad breath, periodontal (gum) problems and many more. Signs and symptoms: toothache (intermittently/ continuous) sensitivity (hot/ cold/ acidic/ sweet/ sour) hole in the tooth brown/ black staining of the tooth treatment: if the cavity is superficial (in the enamel/ or in the dentine) it will give you intermittent pain/ sensitivity especially while eating sweet/ sour and/or hot and cold food and beverages. At this stage the tooth can still be saved by filling/ restoration. If the cavity reaches the pulp (nerve tissue) it will cause continuous pain and discomfort and it has to be treated by a root canal. Your dentist will decide whether it needs to be treated by a filling or a root canal. Filling/ restoration might not require a crown but it does when it is rc treated. Hope this will help you decide.
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My one teeth is damaged but normally no problem else when I eating what should I do?

My one teeth is damaged but normally no problem else when I eating what should I do?
If damaged .. kindly get it rectified ..else it may pain later .. kindly get an x-ray done to understand the situation better
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Hi I am 17 years old, my incisor teeth is half broken does there any chance to grow again my teeth after removing it ,naturally.

Hi I am 17 years old, my incisor teeth is half broken does there any chance to grow again my teeth after removing it ...
Absolutely not. It is your permanent tooth and another tooth will not grow at its place if it is removed. Your broken portion can be restored with cosmetic/tooth-colored filling. If the damage is more then, it can be treated with root canal treatment followed by tooth structure build-up and a crown to cover and protect it.
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