Dental fractures are referred to as dental trauma or injury in oral cavity nearby soft tissues such as the lips, tongue, etc. It is more common in younger people and more frequent in male than females. Fractures are classified into different types. People with cracked tooth syndrome or irritation, when biting the food, or when teeth are exposed to hot or cold temperatures. The pain or discomfort will not be constant, as with a cavity. Among those, many people with cracked tooth syndrome have symptoms for several months because it’s one of the most difficult dental problems to diagnose. There are many different methods for diagnosis and detection of cracks present in the oral cavity. Some of the methods are first is to check the complete oral examination, dental history, radiograph and the use of a fiber optic handpiece. People with a history of a cracked tooth are possible to have other dental related disease or either at the same time or may be in the future.
- Track 1-1 Types of Dental Fractures
- Track 2-2 Dental Avulsion
- Track 3-3 Dental Subluxation
- Track 4-4 Dental Intrusion
- Track 5-5 Traumatic Dental Injuries