Chipped or Broken Teeth

Chipped teeth are perhaps the most common dental issue that people experience. While a chipped tooth can vary widely in terms of size and damage. A broken tooth can occur a number of ways, such as: biting into hard foods, sports accidents, auto collisions, or other traumas. While some fractures are visible, others may not be as obvious and will need to be examined by a qualified dental professional using x-rays and other diagnostic tests.

Solutions: Depending on the extent of the broken tooth, options for restoring the tooth may include :

  • Compostie tooth coloured Filling
  • Inlay / Onlays
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Ceramic Crowns

In some cases, if the nerve has been affected, the tooth may require additional attention. More extensive fractures may require root canal treatments or even extraction and replacement of the tooth with an implant or a porcelain bridge.