Broken or damaged teeth can compromise your oral health. Broken teeth may look aesthetically unappealing, but they also make your tooth more susceptible to infection and even increases the risk of tooth loss. If you break, crack or otherwise damage a tooth, be sure to visit your dentist as soon as possible for a chance at restoring the tooth structure.
Left untreated, damaged teeth can deteriorate and may require extraction. Caught early, minor damage to a tooth can be repaired. Park City Dental offers cosmetic and restorative treatment options for repairing broken or chipped teeth.
Which Dental Treatment Is Right For Fixing My Broken Tooth?
The treatment you choose to restore your damaged tooth will depend on the extent of the damage and condition of your tooth, your cosmetic preference, and your budget. Our dentists will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums and will provide you with your treatment options. Each doctor will explain each option and provide with the benefits of each so you may make an informed decision about your oral health.
Treatment options for broken teeth include:
- Dental bonding
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental crown
- Dental implant
- Inlay or Onlay
Do not ignore a seemingly minor chip or crack in the surface of your tooth. Once the outer enamel of your tooth becomes compromise, your risk of tooth decay, root canal or even tooth loss increases. Treating a damaged tooth can improve your confidence, enhance your smile, and protect your oral health.
Park City Dental and our dental care team offer personalized recommendations and thorough oral health exams to ensure patients receive conservation and comprehensive dental solutions for their dental concerns. We invite new patients of all ages from the Park City area to experience the difference our compassionate dentistry can make.
To request an appointment to address your cosmetic dental concerns, contact Park City Dental today.
Keeping your smile healthy well into the future starts with creating healthy at-home habits followed by regular visits to our Wichita Dentist twice a year. To learn more about your treatment options, call Park City Dental to schedule your next cleaning and examination.