Chipped Broken Teeth
What is a Chipped / Broken Teeth?
- Are you among those who open soft drinks or hard drinks bottle with teeth?
- Grinding teeth during night?
- Clenching teeth very hard?
- Aggressive tooth brushing?
Then, you must be experiencing a chipped/ broken teeth. This is a typical concern and needs immediate attention. Accidents like falls, injuries sustained while playing sports, and other similar occurrences frequently cause them.
Smaller breaks do not cause as much damage at first but can develop complications. Small chips can also be sharp and cut your inner cheek. Additionally, small chips weaken the tooth and can cause the tooth to break further. As chips develop into bigger breaks, you may develop more problems. Sometimes, these smaller breaks result in sharp edges and slowly injure the soft tissues around your teeth.
Small chips weaken the tooth and can cause the tooth to break further
How Do We Treat Them, At Park Dental?
Our experts may provide you with possible and appropriate treatment options. We have a couple different options for fixing a chipped or broken tooth, depending on its location.
For the front teeth, Cosmetic bonding is a common fix for broken or chipped teeth. Large breaks may require a porcelain crown or a veneer.
For the posterior teeth, smaller chips or breaks may require a simple tooth-coloured filling. As these teeth generate a lot of force, fillings aren’t always appropriate. For larger chips or breaks involving a cusp of a tooth, an inlay or onlay may be a better option.
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