Teeth usually break as a result of trauma to the facial jaw or because oftooth decay. A fracture may be from biting down on something hard, a fall, curb playing or sports activity. Pain when biting down may be the results of a fractured tooth root or its crown. Large breakage or deep fractures can hurt because of damage to the nerve and blood vessels inside of the tooth pulp. Exposure to air, saliva, hot or cold food or drink can be very painful. A neglect of non treatment may eventually lead to enamel tooth discoloration with possible root tip lesions. One should see the dentist immediately for diagnosis and treatment. Proactive home care of your mouth, healthy nutrition, along with dental checkups and using proper protective oral appliances may prevent incidents of broken and fractured teeth.
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