A cracked tooth must be treated as soon as possible to avoid further injury. Cracks can expose the inner tooth structure and make it more susceptible to decay. Additionally, further use of a cracked tooth without providing treatments to reinforce it may result in further cracks, chips or a complete break, at which point further dental intervention such as tooth extractions may be required. Because tooth extraction cost and dental implants are far more costly than a simple crack repair, it is advised that patients with cracked teeth seek treatment early on.
At Walding and Associates, we are often able to accept walk-in patients who have suffered recent dental injuries resulting in a broken or cracked tooth. Our friendly and efficient office personnel will work quickly to get you in to see one of our highly skilled and qualified dentists, and our gentle dental hygienists will prep you for your visit. If the dental injury is extensive, x-rays may be needed to determine the necessary treatment plan.
Once your dentist has fully examined your injury, an appropriate treatment plan can be determined, and since Walding and Associates is a full-service dental practice, we can provide you with nearly any procedure or treatment that may be needed to restore your tooth and your smile. Available treatments include the following:
While we can’t determine filling, sealant or tooth extraction cost prior to evaluating your unique dental situation, our rates are affordable, and we accept most major dental insurance plans.
We are now accepting patients from Auburndale, Crystal Lake, Lake Wales, Lakeland Highlands, Plant City and beyond, so contact us today if you have a cracked tooth or any other dental need. We gladly treat patients of all ages and look forward to providing you and your family with the high quality dental service you deserve.
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