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Everything You Should Know about Sports Dentistry

Sports dentistry is a branch of dental sciences that deals with the prevention and treatment of oro-facial athletic injuries. Moreover, it is related to oral diseases as well as the collection and dissemination of information on dental athletic injuries.

Can a Cracked Molar be Fixed? Detection & Treatment

Cracked tooth syndrome occurs when there is a very fine crack in the tooth surface. Molars (lower back teeth) absorb most of the forces of chewing and hence cracks on molars are common. Common causes of a cracked molar are large restorations, chewing on something hard like ice or meat bones, trauma, etc.

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