Chipped Broken Fractured Tooth Repair with Dental Bridges Harrison NJ

Dental Crowns/Bridges Harrison NJ for Chipped Broken Fractured Tooth Repair: Smile Design Specialist: Richard Ekstein, DMD (201-991-1228) services North Arlington, Harrison, Kearny and other nearby New Jersey.

With their move to specialize in Smile Makeover and restorative dentistry, the office is now better positioned to assist patients who need chipped, broken, fractured tooth treatments as seen here

The practice is conveniently located at 312 Belleville Turnpike #3B, North Arlington, NJ 07031 and welcomes patients from Harrison, Kearny and other nearby areas and other recent media coverage is here their website is here

Although the enamel that covers your teeth is the hardest, most mineralized tissue in the body, its strength has limits. Falling, receiving a blow to the face, or biting down on something hard — particularly if a tooth already has some decay — can cause a tooth to chip or break. If you discover you have broken or chipped a tooth, don’t panic. There are many things your dentist can do to fix it.

Unfortunately, there is no way to fix a broken or chipped tooth at home. If you’re sustained damage to one of your teeth, Smile Design Specialist can talk you through any immediate first aid and schedule an appointment as soon as necessary.

It can often be difficult to identify the exact nature of an injury without professional dental knowledge, so we need to be able to examine your teeth to properly diagnose and treat the issue.

It can really hurt to chip, crack, or break a tooth. Teeth can be damaged in any number of ways, and the damage can be slight or extensive depending on the condition of your teeth and the type of injury.

Unless the damage is a minor chip, there’s no permanent way to fix it without seeing a dentist. The best thing you can do in the meantime is to address the pain and protect your tooth and the inside of your mouth to avoid further injury.

That said, you may not always notice straight away especially if the injury is minor. If the break hasn’t exposed the inner layers of your tooth, you may not feel any pain at all. Nonetheless, it’s still important to see a dentist as the chip or break can worsen over time.

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