Broken Tooth in Mundaring

Mundaring Dental and Implant Centre offers a range of treatments for broken teeth. We’ll do everything we can to make your smile better.

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Get Emergency Treatment for Your Broken Tooth

Broken teeth can be incredibly painful and may lead to further dental problems if not attended to promptly.

A broken tooth can be painful. Not only is the pain often constant, but it can also be difficult to eat or drink anything without feeling discomfort. A broken tooth can be caused by anything from grinding your teeth at night to biting into something hard. It’s essential to see your dentist immediately to avoid any further damage.

There are several dental procedures for a broken tooth, depending on the severity. At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer a range of treatments for broken teeth, from emergency care to more extensive procedures. We understand that a broken tooth can be a traumatic experience, so our team will do everything they can to make you feel at ease. We’ll also provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your treatment options. If you have a broken tooth, call us now on 08 6495 2000 to book an appointment.

Why Do You Get a Broken Tooth?

Your teeth may crack or fracture for several reasons. No matter what caused your tooth to crack, Mundaring Dental and Implant Centre is here to help.
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Biting Down on Hard Foods: Consult us right away if you crack your tooth from chewing something hard. We want to ensure that your smile stays intact.

Trauma: If you have been injured in your mouth (sports injuries, accidents, etc.), we can assess the damage and determine the most appropriate treatment for you. Crack and fracture treatments include dental crowns and dental bonding.

Teeth Grinding: Grinding your teeth can cause extensive wear and tear on them, as well as breakage. Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre in Perth provides emergency dental care for broken teeth caused by grinding.

Tooth Decay: Decay can make your tooth weak and vulnerable to breaking. At Mundaring Dental and Implant Centre, we offer dental fillings and root canal therapy to get you back on your feet in no time at all.

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We listen to your concerns for your smile, and dental health. We help make your treatment choices in simple, and non judgemental way, and deliver your chosen treatment with a fast, efficient, and caring touch.

Convenient Quality Dental Care

With over 50 years of combined experience, our team of professionals continues to provide high-quality dental services, from general dentistry and dental implant services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

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A Compassionate Team Utilizing Modern Technology:

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers the latest dental implant technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible results. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes your dental implant experience as easy and stress-free as possible.

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Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre is proud to offer flexible payment plan options to make sure that everyone receives the dental care they need.

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Same-day Dentistry and Fast Turn Around Time

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers same-day service for various dental treatments, including dental crowns. You can get high-quality dental care and more natural-looking crowns in just one visit!


If your tooth has been broken, fractured, or cracked, see an emergency dentist right away. The tooth could become infected or further damaged, leading to the loss of the tooth. While you wait, you can try these temporary self-care remedies:

  1. Immediately rinse your mouth with warm water.
  2. Put pressure on the bleeding area with a piece of gauze.
  3. Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling.
  4. If you can find it, wrap the broken piece of tooth in wet gauze and bring it to the dentist.
  5. To prevent your tongue from being cut or damaged, cover the jagged edge of your broken tooth with temporary dental cement or wax. They should be available at your local grocery store or pharmacy.
Although some fractures cause no symptoms, a broken tooth can hurt or feel sensitive. Pain may also occur intermittently. However, if your broken tooth has exposed nerves or dentine, it may feel very sensitive, particularly when you drink something cold. In addition, broken teeth may leave sharp edges that can injure your tongue and cheeks.

Risk factors for a broken tooth include:

  1. Age: People over fifty are more likely to experience broken teeth because tooth enamel weakens as we age.
  2. Activities: Playing a contact sport like football or hockey or participating in high-fall-risk activities like skateboarding and gymnastics increases the possibility of broken teeth due to trauma. It is essential to wear a mouth guard to protect your teeth.
  3. Previously broken teeth: If you have broken a tooth in the past, it will be more susceptible to breaking in the future, even after it has been repaired. So, be extra careful with that tooth.
  4. Tooth decay: Cavities and tooth decay weaken the tooth’s enamel, making it more prone to breakage.
  5. Habits: Opening packages or bottles with your teeth can damage them.
  6. Diet: Consuming large quantities of sugary or acidic foods, such as coffee, fruit juices, and spicy foods, weakens the enamel. Acidic foods and stomach acids erode the enamel and expose the tooth’s surface, increasing fracture risk.

There are a variety of dental procedures for a broken tooth, depending on the severity of the break.

  • Dental Filling or Bonding: If the crack or fracture is minor, your dentist may use a filling. Your dentist might use a tooth-coloured composite resin called bonding for broken front teeth or those that can be seen when you smile.
  • Dental Crown: A dental crown reinforces and holds a broken tooth in place if it is at risk of falling apart.
  • Root Canal Therapy: The damaged pulp may need to be removed if the fracture extends to the pulp chamber.
  • Extraction: If the root and nerves of your tooth are severely damaged and cannot be saved, we may need to extract the tooth.
It is considered an emergency when a broken tooth causes severe pain, bleeding, or leaves sharp fragments inside the mouth.
Broken teeth should be seen by a dentist even if they don’t hurt. Without treatment, your tooth may be damaged further or become infected, resulting in tooth loss.

Depending on the treatment required, the cost of dental treatment for a broken tooth may vary.
1. Dental Filling: $150 to $400 per tooth
2. Dental Bonding: $260 to $470 per tooth
3. Dental Crown: $1,500 to $3,000 per tooth
4. Root Canal Therapy: $600 to $750 per canal
5. Extraction: $190 to $450 per tooth

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