Sindhu Ramesh

Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics, Saveetha Dental College and Hospitals, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Saveetha University, Chennai, India

Publications

  • Research Article   
    Decision Analysis on the Management of Cracked Tooth
    Author(s): Kavalipurapu Venkata Teja and Sindhu Ramesh*

    Background: Tooth fractures are commonly encountered in day to day dental practice. The consequences of these fractures can range from a minor to severe from a stage where no treatment is needed to a stage leading to root canal therapy or even tooth loss. One form of these fractures include cracked tooth syndrome. It often presents a difficulty in diagnosis to the dentist and many times it’s a painful and a frustrating event to the patient. Cracked tooth syndrome is a term applied to a presumptive diagnosis of an incomplete tooth fracture which typically presents with the symptoms of pain on biting and responds to temperatures especially to cold stimuli. Routine clinical examinations in patients with asymptomatic teeth, often uncover these fracture lines. Unfortunately, by the time these incomplete tooth fractures become symptomatic, tooth may already be destine.. Read More»

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