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Navigating Tooth Restoration: A Comprehensive Guide to Treating a Cracked Tooth with a Mobile Palata


Dealing with a cracked tooth can be a complex dental concern, requiring careful evaluation and strategic treatment. In this blog post, we delve into the details of a real case, specifically addressing a #25 tooth with a cracked mobile palatal portion. Our aim is to shed light on the treatment options, considerations, and decision-making process involved in restoring such dental issues.

Understanding the Case:

The patient presented with a fractured #25 tooth, featuring a mobile palatal portion attached to the gingival area. Upon examination, it was noted that the cavity was deep, raising concerns about the potential involvement of the pulp.

Exploring Treatment Options:

The treatment plan involved a detailed approach, considering the depth of the cavity and the presence or absence of pulp involvement. The patient was duly warned about the potential need for Root Canal Treatment (RCT), Post Core (PC), Crown, or extraction if signs and symptoms persisted.

Procedure Highlights:

The LA infiltration facilitated the removal of the mobile palatal portion. Thorough examination under x 5 loupe magnification + x 17 microscope magnification confirmed the absence of pulp involvement. The patient was informed of visual findings and potential future scenarios, such as the need for XAP or RCT if symptoms persisted.

Composite Resin Placement:

The restorative process involved meticulous steps:

CF fully


Etch, Prime & Bond

GC Gaenial Flowable A2 + SDI Ice CR A2 placement

Occlusion checked

Finishing Done


Addressing a cracked tooth with a mobile palatal portion requires a tailored treatment approach. This real case emphasizes the importance of patient education, involvement in decision-making, and the application of advanced dental techniques for optimal results. As you navigate your dental health journey, understanding the nuances of such cases empowers you to make informed choices for your oral well-being.

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