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Question:
I have had very little dental care in my life. I have had a cavity that needed filling for some time. Now the tooth that had the cavity has started to break. One fourth of the tooth has chiped and fallen out. I can not get to a dentist for a couple days. Is there anything I should do to protect the rest of the tooth until I get it taken care of?
pw 
Answer:
Dear pw , there is not much you can do beside not to chew on this tooth until you have the chance to see a dentist. Better sooner than later in order to keep the tooth. If it will break more than it might be difficult to get a filling or a crown done to restore it. Best regards, VG
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