Management of crack tooth syndrome- case report

Aradhana Babu Kamble., Salil Chaudhari., Disha Mehta and Sathish Abraham

The term cracked tooth syndrome (CTS) means an incomplete fracture of a vital posterior tooth involving the dentine and occasionally extending in the pulp. Cracks in teeth can be found in symptomatic and asymptomatic teeth, and are an etiological factor in pulpal disease, as the cracks in the teeth are found to have bacteria present them or the bacterial toxins. This case report is presenting case with crack tooth syndrome having varied location and depth of the crack and the treatment and follow up.

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