Cracked Tooth Sydndomme
Cross & Newgate Streets
P.O. Box 1421
Antigua & Barbuda.
Phone: 268- 462- 0058
Fax: 268- 462- 2777
While all of us appreciate the importance of good dental hygiene and dental health, not everyone is aware of dental problems such as cracked-tooth syndrome.
Are you experiencing sudden sharp pain when you are chewing or biting your food for no apparent reason?
Do you feel pain in certain tooth when you eat certain types of food?
Are you unable to take cold food because of the sensitiveness of your teeth?
If your answer to one of more of these questions is ‘yes’ then you could be suffering from cracked tooth syndrome. The term cracked-tooth syndrome refers to a condition whereby the affected tooth or teeth have minute cracks, which cannot be identified through X-rays. If you suspect that, you might have cracked-tooth syndrome or if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, you need not panic or be worried about your condition. You can get dependable diagnosis and treatment from Dr. Maxwell Francis, a highly experienced and highly reputed dentist.
As far as dental problems are concerned it is vital that you pay attention to the issues immediately and that you undergo the necessary treatment at the earliest possible because the dental conditions such as cracked-tooth syndrome will not disappear on its own but it will only get aggravated over a period of time resulting in acute pain and great agony.
At Family Dentistry, you get accurate diagnosis of the problem followed by highly effective treatment for cracked-tooth syndrome. Proper diagnosis and treatment of dental problems like cracked-tooth syndrome requires vast experience because in many cases the problem area or the cracks in the tooth will be remain hidden within the gums.
Cracked-tooth syndrome often occurs in the molars though the condition is not limited to the molars. There are various reasons for the occurrence of cracked-tooth syndrome. One of the reasons could be that your dental structure or arrangement is such that it causes too much pressure on certain tooth or teeth when you are eating or chewing food. It can also result from constant grinding and clenching of teeth. If you have used large fillings in any of your teeth then you are more vulnerable to cracked-tooth syndrome because teeth with large fillings generally become weak. If you have generally weak teeth then you can get affected by cracked-tooth syndrome.
No matter what has caused this condition, you will be able get the best treatments for cracked-tooth syndrome at Family Dentistry. Dr. Maxwell Francis with his vast experience in this field offers highly satisfactory and complete solutions for your cracked-tooth syndrome related problems. Our expert dentist will review your condition and decide on the most apt treatment procedure based on the location and the size of the crack.
At Family Dentistry, we offer the best treatments for all your dental problems including cracked-tooth syndrome at the most affordable rates. You do not have to live with those sudden and acute pain any longer, you will be able to get the best and the fastest relief at Family Dentistry.