A Broken Front Tooth Is Better To Pull Or Crown?
My front tooth is broken in half and it turns yellowish. Is it better if I pull out and then put the implant in using the crown? Please explain … thanks
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are various types of dental care, depending on the dental problem. Some are yellowish, some are perforated, rotten, untidy growth, pressing other teeth, and so forth. Each of these problems must be seen again the severity. For example, perforated teeth may first be patched first. However, if it is increasingly damaged, or the patches are repeatedly removed, or even if the hole is already severe or damaged from the start, it may be possible to remove the tooth immediately.
Then for yellow teeth, there are many ways to whiten teeth, can use bleach molds, laser bleach, in-office bleach, or can be done at home using strips, gels, toothpaste, rinses that are equipped with bleach, even by using baking soda . Yellow teeth are not an indication or reason for tooth extraction.
So once again, to be able to determine the right treatment for your problem, it's better you check your teeth directly to the dentist. By seeing it firsthand, your dentist will be able to easily find out your problem and discuss treatment options with you. You will be able to choose and determine more freely what method you want along with the advantages and disadvantages. Meanwhile, keep dental care by brushing regularly 2x a day, coupled with the help of dental floss and mouthwash. So, hopefully answering your question.