If you chipped your tooth and a small part of your nerve was showing how possible is it that the nerve will die?

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Without a root canal the chances are slim to none. You are in for some serious pain.
Make a dental appointment. Or if money is an issue, contact a dental school to see if you can get low-cost or no-cost treatment.
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i agree, go to the dentist now, if the pain starts (and trust me when it does it will be at 2am Saturday on a holiday weekend) nothing will help it, it is the most unbearable pain ever, go get a root canal, or depending on the damage they may just be able to direct pulp cap it...good luck and godspeed
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