Re: fractured tooth and beeswax
I am a dentist. We frequently recommend people place orthodontic wax over fractured teeth, as a way of keeping thermal sensitivity to a minimum until the fracture can be evaluated. If the fracture is a true vertical fracture that extends below the bone there is little that can reasonably be done except extract the tooth. (That is not to say that in some cases there are not options but the cost vs success ratio is usually not worth it.) A fracture that does not extend below the gums usually can be fixed with a crown. I hope you have had an appointment by now, but if not make it a priority, as an abscess is a real possibility.
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