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Cracked teeth and our full mouth Dental Implants Singapore

People who get our full mouth dental implants Singapore do so for a variety of reasons. Some of them are obvious — they have a chipped or cracked tooth that’s apparent. Some people have lost teeth through gum disease or by being active and playing contact sports.

However, there’s another reason why people should look into our dental implants and that’s something called chipped tooth syndrome. It’s not what it sounds like and we thought we’d take a few minutes to explain it to our readers.

Small Cracks

Sometimes, a tooth can be cracked and the crack is so small it doesn’t even show up on a dental x-ray. There are other times when this tiny fracture can be below the gum line. In either case, our dental experts will be able to find it and replace the tooth with a dental implant if necessary.

Cracked tooth syndrome has several different causes and some of these are things that you might not expect. For example, people who grind their teeth often suffer from the syndrome. If you clench your teeth at night or during the day due to stress, over the years you can develop a tiny fracture in your tooth that’s not visible to the naked eye.

Pressure

Here’s another reason for cracked tooth syndrome. If your teeth grow too close together, one can put an undue amount of pressure on the other. The result can be one of these tiny cracks. It’s important to remember that these are usually not visible to the naked eye.

That means the best way to find out if you have this syndrome is to come in and speak with one of our dental professionals. It’s also a great time to inquire about our full mouth dental implants Singapore.

Brilliant Smile

These are an excellent way to get a brilliant smile that will last a lifetime. Keep in mind that our administrative staff and dental professionals will walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. We’re always available to answer any and all of your questions too.

If you think you might be suffering from chipped tooth syndrome, there’s a simple test to find out where you stand. If you feel a sharp pain when you bite down to certain foods and you can’t see anything wrong with the tooth visibly, there’s a possibility it could be one of these almost undetectable problems.

We’re here to help with full mouth dental implants Singapore and a complete diagnosis.

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