An IOPAR (intraoral periapical radiograph) will assist in determining whether the pulp is exposed or not. If the pulp of your teeth is still intact and protected, you can simply have it restored using a tooth-colored material known as composite. If your pulp is exposed, root canal treatment will be required, which may require 2 to 3 sessions before final porcelain capping. These are the two treatment options, though which one's better for you can be said only after seeing the X-ray report.
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