A chipped or cracked tooth is the term used to describe damage to one of your teeth that results in the tooth fracturing, or partially breaking off. A chipped tooth not only causes cosmetic concerns, but can also result in complications if left untreated. At Concerned Dental, we offer a number of cosmetic dental procedures to address a chipped or cracked tooth, restoring the structure, look, and feel of the damaged tooth. Our dental facility in New York City houses oral surgeons, general dentists, orthodontists, and other dental professionals, so no matter how mild or severe your damaged tooth may be, we can offer you the care you need, all from one convenient location.
Your teeth are very strong and meant to withstand some pressure, like your regular chewing or biting; however, certain things can cause the tooth to break or chip. These include:
If you notice that your tooth has chipped or cracked, visit Concerned Dental as soon as you can. Surprisingly, chipping a tooth sometimes happens without you even realizing it. You may not even notice if you don’t experience any pain. If this is the case, one of our dentists will notice the damage during your next routine dental check-up. Part of your regular evaluation is thoroughly inspecting the health of each tooth, making sure that there are no damages, decay, or chips to any of your teeth. If damage is found, your dentist will inform you and provide you with your treatment options.
A chipped or cracked tooth might be treated in any of the following ways by one of our providers at Concerned Dental:
If you have a chipped or cracked tooth, visit Concerned Dental. We offer comprehensive dental services for patients in The Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, and Long Island. Our modern and friendly practice is home to a highly-qualified team of general dentists, orthodontists, oral surgeons, and other dental professionals who can handle all aspects of dentistry from one convenient location. To book your visit, call our office at (800) 583-9285 or request an appointment today.