Did you recently bite down on a hard piece of food?  Maybe you had a cavity that finally weakened your tooth.  Whatever the situation, they could have both resulted in a broken front tooth.  If this is your first time with a broken tooth, then you need to take the proper steps to ensure that you receive the appropriate care.  Many people break teeth every year, so you’re not alone.  Seeking the right dental advice as soon as possible is the best choice, and at Absolute Smile, we can assist you with a broken tooth as soon as needed.

A broken tooth is one that has been chipped, cracked or fractured.  It might even be broken apart or knocked completely out of your mouth.  Some people don’t even know that their tooth is broken until they inspect it more closely.  The extent of the break will often determine what kind of procedure will need to be completed to save it.  At Absolute Smile, we can easily diagnose a tooth to determine whether it is truly broken or not.  

As soon as you are aware of your broken tooth, make an appointment to see a dentist for emergency care.  At Absolute Smile, we have years’ experience helping people with various dental concerns.  We can assess your broken tooth quickly and then proceed with the correct treatment.  Even small tooth fractures require immediate attention because bacteria can infect the area in question, leading to a permanent loss of the tooth if not promptly treated.

If you break your front tooth, we recommend managing the pain with over-the-counter medication, such as Tylenol.  You can also apply a cold compress and try a topical application of Arnica, as well.  Rinse your moth with warm salt water until you can get into the office.  Make sure that you seek dental care as soon as possible because if left untreated, you increase your likelihood of experiencing adverse health issues.  At Absolute Smile, we provide a wide range of dental care services.  If you need a crown, bridge or implant, we can assist.  Our team can also provide a partial denture as well as many other dental requests.