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Professional Cracked Tooth Repair

Cracked Tooth Repair in Paradise Valley, AZ

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If you are experiencing pain from a cracked tooth, don't wait to seek treatment. Call Today.

Cracked teeth can be very painful and should be treated as soon as possible. Our dentists will work to repair the damage and alleviate your pain.

We want you to have the best possible experience when you come in for treatment, so we offer a variety of services including dental implants, root canals, and more. We also offer convenient payment options so you can get the care you need without breaking the bank.

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Symptoms of a cracked tooth may include:

Dull, sharp, or constant pain when biting down on food.

Pain when pressure is applied to the affected tooth.

Swelling or tenderness in the gums near the affected tooth.

Sensitivity to hot and cold drinks and food.

Visible crack that can be seen on the surface of the tooth.

Pain when chewing, which may extend beyond the affected tooth.

Difficulty eating certain types of food, such as crunchy or hard foods.

Aching pain that is persistent even after eating.

Bad taste in your mouth due to particles of food getting stuck in the damaged tooth.

Tenderness or soreness at the site where the cracked tooth is located.

Visible indentations on your teeth as a result of grinding or clenching your teeth at night.

Pus coming from around the cracked tooth if it has become infected.

A metallic taste in your mouth if there are broken pieces stuck in your teeth.

Common Treatments for a Chipped or Cracked Tooth


Frequently Ask Questions

Looking for answers about cracked tooth repair in Paradise Valley? Check out our FAQ section for all your questions!


A cracked tooth is a fracture or split within the enamel and dentin of a tooth. It can be caused by biting down on hard objects, trauma to the mouth, or grinding and clenching of the teeth. The crack can extend from the chewing surface of the tooth all the way down to its root.

Common signs that you may have a cracked tooth include pain when biting or chewing, sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, and tenderness in your gums. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to seek treatment from an experienced dental professional right away.

During your appointment for cracked tooth repair, your dentist will carefully evaluate your condition and assess the extent of damage. Depending on the type and severity of your fracture, they may take X-rays so they can better plan out your treatment. Your dentist will then discuss with you what type of procedure would be best suited for restoring your smile.

Common treatments used to repair a cracked tooth include bonding, crowns, veneers, fillings, root canal therapy, or even extraction if the fracture is too severe to be repaired. Your dentist will carefully explain each option with you so you can make an informed decision about which treatment would be best for you. 

It depends on your individual insurance policy; however many plans do provide coverage for procedures related to repairing a fractured or broken tooth. Some plans may require prior authorization before starting any treatment. We recommend that you call your provider directly to ensure that any procedures needed are covered under their policy. 

Depending on the severity of damage and type of procedure required, it typically takes one visit lasting around one hour in order to bond/fill cracks and minor fractures in teeth as well as two visits if crowns are being placed as part of treatment. For more extensive repairs such as full veneer placements or root canal therapy multiple appointments over varying lengths may be necessary depending on individual case factors such as complexity level and patient health concerns (if applicable). 

Yes! After having your fractured or broken teeth repaired it is important that you maintain good oral hygiene habits including brushing twice daily with fluoride containing products and flossing at least once daily after meals/snacks. Additionally we recommend visiting our office twice yearly for check-ups in order maintain optimal oral health care & further monitor any existing conditions that may require further treatment.

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