Chipped Tooth In Mundaring

Mundaring Dental and Implant Centre offers a range of services to help you feel confident again. We’ll have your chipped tooth repaired in no time!

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Don't let a chipped tooth ruin your smile

Chipped teeth can cause pain and discomfort, as well as embarrassment.

A chip in your tooth can result from trauma or excessive wear and tear. Tooth surfaces become jagged, which can be painful and unsightly. Chipped enamel should not cause any discomfort. If the chip exposes the nerve inside the tooth, it can be painful. 

If you have a chipped tooth, it’s essential to see a dentist as soon as possible. The sooner the problem is addressed, the easier and less expensive it will be to manage. Different dental procedures are available for chipped teeth, based on their severity, location, and symptoms.  At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer a variety of dental treatments for chipped teeth, including dental bonding, veneers, and crowns. We use the latest dental technologies and materials, so you can rest assured that your smile will look great and feel comfortable again.

What Causes Chipped Teeth?

If you ever chip a tooth, contact Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre. A chipped tooth is a common problem caused by many different things.
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Biting Down on Hard Foods: If you chip your tooth from biting down on something hard, don’t panic! If your tooth has been chipped, you can trust Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre to give you high-quality treatment at a reasonable price.

Accidents: Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers treatments for all kinds of dental injuries, from falls to vehicular accidents. We can assess the damage to your chipped tooth and determine the most appropriate treatment for you.
Bruxism: If you grind your teeth, you increase your chances of chipping them. For chipped teeth caused by grinding, Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers emergency dental care in Perth.
Contact Sports: It only takes one blow to chip a tooth if you’re playing contact sports without a mouthguard. Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers dental treatments for chipped teeth, such as dental veneers, root canal therapy, and extractions.
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You can limit the damage to your chipped tooth by taking care of it until you see an emergency dentist.

  1. Try to save any fragments of your teeth and rinse them in warm water. Place the chipped piece in a sealed container or zip-lock bag and immerse it in milk or saliva. Bring them with you to the dental clinic, as your dentist may be able to reattach them.
  2. Gently rinse your mouth with warm water. If food debris is trapped between your teeth, it can put more pressure on your chipped tooth—floss to remove it.
  3. Take over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen if you are in pain.
  4. Apply a cold compress to your cheek to relieve pain and reduce swelling.
  5. Cover the jagged edge of your broken tooth with temporary dental cement or wax to prevent your tongue from being cut. These products can be purchased at any grocery store or pharmacy.
  6. Do not chew on your chipped tooth.
Chipped teeth are relatively common, but they could lead to further damage or infection if left untreated. Even a tiny chip can have serious implications. Sharp edges from chipped teeth could injure soft tissues inside your mouth. An infection may form deep within a chipped tooth or even cause a dental abscess. Furthermore, difficulty eating specific foods could negatively impact your diet and nutrition.

There are various dental procedures for chipped teeth, depending on the severity, location, and symptoms. Most minor chips can be managed by polishing and smoothing the tooth. If the chips are more extensive, there are several treatment options:

  1. Tooth Reattachment: Your dentist might be able to cement the chipped fragment back onto the tooth if you managed to preserve it.
  2. Dental Bonding: Composite resin is applied to your teeth and shaped to the desired shape. Composite resin matches the colour of your natural teeth, so it blends seamlessly in your mouth.
  3. Dental Crowns: If the damage to your tooth is severe, your dentist may recommend a dental crown. A dental crown can strengthen and hold a tooth in place if it is at risk of falling out.
  4. Dental Veneers: Veneers are thin shells of tooth-coloured material that can easily conceal a chipped tooth.
  5. Root Canal Treatment: If the chip goes all the way through the enamel and the dentine, there’s a chance that it will infect the dental pulp. If your pulp becomes infected, you may need a root canal.
  6. Tooth Extraction: In some instances, we may not be able to restore the original tooth. The tooth must be extracted and replaced with an artificial tooth in such cases.

Chipped teeth are more likely to occur when a tooth is weak. Factors that weaken teeth include:

  • Tooth decay
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Large fillings
  • Acidic, sugary, and spicy foods
  • Digestive disorders, such as heartburn and acid reflux, can bring stomach acid into the mouth and weaken tooth enamel.
  • Since enamel deteriorates as we age, people over 50 are more likely to have weakened enamel.

It is possible to hit your teeth without having anything break off. It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be concerned, as it might have fractured or bruised the tooth. A tooth could also die from trauma. Your tooth might take days or years to fall out. You can’t always tell if a tooth is dead just by looking at it. It can only be diagnosed by a dentist, which is why it’s important to go to the dentist regularly.

Even if there is no pain, you should see your dentist as soon as possible if you have a chipped tooth. The damage could get worse if you wait. Furthermore, it can become infected, leading to serious health risks and even tooth loss. 

On the other hand, major tooth chips require immediate dental care. When a large part of the tooth is broken, it is called a “severe fracture.” Usually, this will cause severe pain and bleeding. Getting urgent dental treatment is crucial.

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