Mx of Cracked Teeth: A Report of Two Cases
The present case series appears in the Journal of Operative Dentistry and Endodontics.

Cracked tooth is an incomplete crack running in the crown of the tooth starting from the cervical portion. The crack may be initiated by excessive masticatory force or unintentional bruxism. Initially, they do not present with any symptoms, but later, these cracked teeth develop pain and sensitivity, which requires treatment.

In this case paper the authors have presented two case reports diagnosed as cracked teeth, which were managed successfully by root canal treatment. The cases were followed up and the patients are asymptomatic. This proves that root canal treatment is a viable choice of treatment for cracked teeth.

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