Broken or Chipped teeth: what to do!
Chipping or breaking your tooth is relatively easy to do, but it certainly doesn’t make the problem any less annoying to deal with.
If the chip to your tooth is only mild, and there is no pain the situation is certainly not a dental emergency, you can get yourself to your dentist in your own time to have it smoothed down and filled or repaired in some way.
Emergency dental for broken teeth
Minor chips to teeth
Broken molars (or back teeth)
Once again, minor chips to the teeth can often not be a serious problem, but more so at annoying nuisance that is best fixed for both aesthetic reasons and to prevent long-term problems with your tooth. More serious chips or breaks the teeth must be seen by a dentist immediately though, so if you have any concerns as to the seriousness of your chipped tooth, contact us here at Dentistry Plus immediately and discuss your concern with one of our friendly receptionists. They can often liaise with the dentist and give you the very best advice required for you at the time.
After hours dental
Dentistry Plus opening hours:
- Monday to Friday: 9 AM to 5 PM
- Tuesday evening in Leederville clinic ’til 8 PM (by appt.)*
- Thursday evening in Maddington clinic ’til 7 PM (by appt. after 5 PM)*
- Alternate Saturdays & Sundays: 9 AM to 5 PM (by appt.)