Some people are born with nice teeth. But some, no matter how careful they are, they encounter problems. Teeth can be stained due to food choices and cigarette or tobacco smoking. Teeth needs to be pulled out because it has a terrible cavity. Teeth needs to be fixed because it cracked, it broke, it is yellow, it is crooked, it is just ugly and many other reasons.
If you have these problems, do not fret. Do not worry. Do not feel inferior in any way. There are dentists who can help you and fix whatever teeth problems you have.
Why do I have to fix my broken teeth?
Having broken teeth is a serious dental condition. It needs your immediate action and a dentist’s attention. Some people put it off and dismiss it as “no biggie”. Hey, it is “way biggie”. A chipped or broken tooth, no matter how little, can be a big problem in the future. The chip can widen and the crack can create dental troubles like bleeding gums. It can be a cause of infection. So, do not belittle your broken tooth.
Go to a dentist, ora mismo! (Do not delay!) It will be so nice if you smile with a nice set of teeth rather than trying to conceal your chipped tooth. That will be so embarrassing, right?
Enlighten me, how can the dentist fix my chipped or broken tooth?
There are 4 common ways to fix your chipped tooth. First, if the chipped area is not that large, your dentist can have it filed to evade tongue injury and tooth structure issues. The tooth is preserved and the chipping is fixed – that is if you go to your dentist immediately.
The second common way to fix a broken tooth is by tooth bonding. Your chipped tooth is permanent. There is no regrowth when it comes to teeth. This is the reason why you have to act on it fast. If you chipped tooth is slightly visible, it has to be bonded. Bonding means filling it up with white resin composite. It will be bonded on the cracked tooth and shaped accordingly to restore the chipped area.
The third way to restore a chipped tooth is by putting on a crown. This is for severely damaged tooth. Some small chips can become bigger if not restored quickly. If your tooth needs a crown it means that it has been severely broken. But atleast, you will still have a tooth – it just needs protective cap which is the crown. This is to stop it from further breakage.
The last resort is extraction. If the tooth cannot be saved, it needs to be pulled out. Anyway, if the tooth is extracted, your dentist will recommend tooth replacements like implants or denture. You can discuss the best option with your dentist.
So you see, your dentist can give you the best smile after the restorative procedures. The issues may be minimal or severe. Still, whatever it is, your dentist has the answer.