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Broken teeth


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Broken teeth

Teeth are prone to cracks and chips through everyday wear or trauma. Our dentists are skilled in restoring the appearance and functionality of your teeth.


There are several options for treatment depending on the location and the severity of the broken tooth. In some cases the tooth may require smoothing of the edges, a white filling or bonding.

If a large piece of tooth breaks off or the tooth has a lot of decay, we may need to do cover your teeth with a crown or you might need to have a root canal treatment.

If a front tooth is broken or chipped, a dental veneer can make it look whole and healthy again.


How will I know if I have a broken tooth?

You may experience pain when chewing or be particularly sensitive to extreme temperatures. Eating sugary foods may increase the sensitivity even though there are no signs of decay.

Why should I get a broken tooth repaired?

It's important to get a broken tooth looked at by a dentist as soon as possible to help the treatment be more effective. If they are not treated, cracked teeth can lead to the death of the nerve, and an abscess might grow. The tooth could then need root canal treatment or even taking out.

How will my tooth be repaired?

Depending on the location and severity of the broken tooth, a variety of methods may be used to restore it include white fillings, bonding and filing.


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Dependent on restoration treatment needed.

Dependent on restoration treatment needed.

Dependent on restoration treatment needed.

Speak to use today if you would like more information and to book an appointment.

Broken teeth

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