Crack in the tooth (enamel crack?) (teeth, dentist, dental care)

Crack in the tooth (enamel crack?)

Hi, I just noticed a crack in my incisors. I have one above and one below (completely through). It looks really scary, and I’m afraid that it might break a tooth or something. What are these strange cracks? I just went to the dentist for a check-up and he didn’t say anything.

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this "enamel cracks" can often get bigger with age and with heavy stress on the teeth. In the worst case, the tooth can break, as you unfortunately suspect. You don’t know where the crack continues in the depth of the tooth.

-Check in with the trusted dentist (sometimes these are "betriebsblind" ^^) and speak to him directly. -It should be clarified whether there are parafunctions, such as the clenching of teeth, or the so-called "crunch", because that can be the cause of the cracks. – In any case, first observe and remedy the cause

What came out of the dentist back then? I would be interested in the current occasion

Just ask the doctor

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