Are you experiencing chronic toothaches? It might be Cracked Tooth Syndrome. Most commonly affecting the molars, this syndrome causes off-and-on pain when chewing, especially as pressure is relieved from your bite. It may even be sensitive to hot or cold foods and temperatures. This discomfort results from a small crack in your tooth that’s challenging to spot, even on x-rays.
Treating Your Cracked Tooth
Depending on the severity of the crack, your dentist may recommend one of several treatment options for your tooth:
If you suspect you’re suffering from Cracked Tooth Syndrome, early detection is important to preserve as much of your natural tooth as possible. Call your dentist today to make an appointment.
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Pacific Sky Dental
6433 Mission St
Daly City, CA 94014
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