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In some cases, people will know immediately that a tooth has cracked or broken. They will feel it crack and might find a piece of the tooth in their mouth. This could happen if they have bitten down on something hard like ice. It might also occur as a result of being hit in the mouth during a car accident, a fall, or even a fistfight.
Other incidents that can crack or chip a tooth are not as easily identified. Grinding teeth at night, called bruxism, can create fractures in teeth. Having a very large filling can affect the structure of a tooth and make it weak and brittle and possibly snap off. Old fillings and restorations can cause cracking as they start to pull away from the tooth and come loose. Aging, in general, can make teeth more fragile and easy to break.
Determining whether a chip or crack is an emergency depends on the severity of the symptoms. The worse the pain and sensitivity, the more likely it is that the break has affected the root where the nerves and blood vessels are. The patient should get in to see a dentist right away to get it fixed.
When a patient thinks they may have cracked a tooth, a dentist may use a magnifying lens to see it. They might also run a dental instrument gently over the tooth. They might be able to feel the break. There are also dental dyes that will highlight the location of the crack.
Once the dentist finds the location and extent of a crack or chip, they can determine the best way to treat it. Cases of extensive damage will often be referred to an endodontist, a specialist in treating tooth roots. Both a dentist and endodontist will do what they can to save the tooth.
Split Tooth. If a crack is deep enough, it could break the tooth into two pieces, resulting in a split tooth. A tooth can split immediately with a strong impact or may happen if a cracked tooth is left untreated. This is a dental emergency, and, unfortunately, the dentist will most likely have to pull the tooth.
Vertical Root Fracture. A vertical root fracture occurs when there is a crack in the root of the tooth. There is often only mild pain or no symptoms at all, but the problem can show up on an X-ray. It is usually the result of a root canal procedure where a large portion of the dentin (a softer layer or tooth beneath the hard enamel outer layer) has been removed, making the tooth weak. Since the dentist will most likely be the one to discover a vertical root fracture, they can determine how urgent it is to have it repaired.
This was my initial response, but I realized (after I posted it -- stupid!) that white can connect after capturing the marked stone, and black is left with a dead shape once he captures the white stones.
rokirovka: Note that the marked White stone is critical, because it separates the two Black stones on the left from the rest of the group. If the marked stone were Black, then saves Black by making a seki with the bulky seven shape: White can only fill five stones inside it, after which it's a seki because if White played a sixth stone there, Black could kill the six stones and have a live shape.
But since the marked stone is White, the threat to the two Black stones on the left ruins this plan for Black. is met by , after which White captures the two Black stones on the left, and then the rest of Black's group will die.
ChrisSchack: B is dead after ... no response is needed to , and cutting off the two stones at the side doesn't matter. Once the outside liberties are gone, W can play at and a, and will have two liberties to B's one. Any attempt to block that just means a killing shape.
If you want to nominate anything monster-related for a merge, please let me get first crack - I think I've earned it with all the work I put into these tables so far. :) I should be done with that by the end of April at the latest, and then go for it. Obviously, anything that has already been redirected because of a previous AFD should be re-redirected to the lists once they are up. BOZ (talk) 18:07, 15 April 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I just got my first "cease & desist" from Gavin, and I'm now getting frankly fed up; apparently, any statement that Gavin disagrees with isn't "reasonable" and will be met with a seemingly random collection of policy abbreviations of dubious applicability. Pointing out the lack of applicability gets a long-winded but ultimately bland "I'm right, you're (all) wrong" statement . I've extended more courtesy and patience (and even support) to Gavin than probably most of those who've run into him on gaming-related articles, but his obstinacy in recent discussions at Talk:Kender and the suddenly revitalised brick-wall-esque disagreement over "generic role-playing games" have left me feeling that Gavin is either unwilling or incapable of actually understanding what people say and/or accepting that his first assessment of a situation is wrong. The slow grind of this disruption, combined with the fact that plenty of Gavin's activity is beneficial to wikipedia, makes it hard to deal with. SamBC(talk) 01:06, 24 April 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]
To say the very least I am 100% disappointed and disgusted with my purchase of a 2015 Chevy Tahoe. I have previously owned 4 Chevy Tahoes and none of them have compared to the 2015 model. This vehicle has given my family and I numerous problems. How about driving down the road and the side panel of your door flying off into traffic. I would say that's a safety issue. How about being at a gas station far away from your hometown and the battery goes dead. By the way this vehicle is only 2 years old.
I have a 2011 Chevy Tahoe which is garage-kept and only has 77,000 miles on it, and the dashboard has recently cracked for no reason. Also the air conditioning + and - controls chipped off. A coworker has had the same issue with her dashboard cracking. For as much as I paid for this vehicle this should be better made. I noticed numerous complaints on this website about the cracked dashboard. Has anyone contacted Chevy and had this corrected?
I have a 2009 Tahoe with 82K miles that I was pretty happy with until recently. The dash has now cracked, cruise control does not work, rattling inside the driver's door. Locking mechanism not working in rear passenger door, rust over both rear wheels, and now a terrible squeak while making right turns. They just do not make cars to last anymore.
I purchased a 2010 Tahoe with great expectations for my growing family. After having it for 5 months, I know better than to purchase GM again. Christmas Day we left to go to my family's house. There were some spots in the road with water. We drove through them. Mind you every car was driving through them even little cars. I would say the water was not higher than the middle of my rim on my tire. Shortly after I started having problems with the vehicle jerking. I took it to the shop and they said to change the oil and do a tune-up. During the inspection at NTB they noticed that the transmission dip stick was completely dangling from the transmission. They shoved it back into place and told me to get it checked. They do not do that type of work.
My 2007 Tahoe dash started cracking in 2010. GM knew about the problem in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and GM continued to install the same defective part.So what is the answer to the question? They don't CARE.
We bought a 2011 Chevy Tahoe in Dec. 2012 in Glenwood Springs, CO. We drove it all the way back to Florida with no problems. The Tahoe was like brand new when we purchased it and still is. We take very good care of our vehicles. The Tahoe has been garaged and kept out of the sun, even at work. Just recently noticed the crack in the dashboard. Very disappointing. Decided to go online and see what consumers had to say and even more disappointing is the fact that this seems to be a problem with the Chevy Tahoe since 2007 to the present.
I own three Chevy vehicles a '07 Tahoe, '08 Sierra, and '11 Sierra. All three have this same problem with the dashes cracking around the airbag and over the instrument cluster. The cracks over instrument cluster are the worst because they keep getting larger as time goes on. This is definitely a major problem that GM needs to address. I have always been a Chevy man but starting to think otherwise.
2010 Tahoe Cracked Dashboard - Dashboard starting cracking around 30-40k miles and GM refuses to cover. It is obviously a common problem and unbelievable that they will not stand behind their product. I encourage everyone to file a complaint directly with GM to increase the odds of them covering the $1000 repair under a recall. I started the process online and it took almost three weeks for them to tell me they couldn't do anything. If you want to file a complaint directly about your broken dash, call 866 790 5700 x**.
I recently bought a used 2011 Chevy Tahoe with about 55k miles on it. At the time I bought the vehicle, the dashboard was not cracked. Withing about 6 months, I now have a crack over the drive side instrument panel. In researching the issue online, this appears to be a very common problem, yet Chevy has not put in a recall for the issue. These cracked dashboards are obviously not a one off issue.
The dash on my 2007 Chevy Tahoe has cracked at the corner of passenger airbag and above instrument cluster, which is a wide spread issue. The City Chevy Dealership of Kansas City, Mo has stated that this was not a safety hazard and will not cover any portion of the repair due to being out of warranty. I contacted GM and they have also, stated they will not cover repair costs. This issue poses safety concerns regarding whether the airbag will be punctured or otherwise ineffective during deployment due to the sharp cracked edges of the dash as well as the potential for shards of cracked dash becoming projectiles causing injury to occupants during a collision. Yet, nothing is being done to rectify the such. 2b1af7f3a8