Chipping a tooth is a common occurrence amongst patients of all ages. Some patients don’t even realize they chipped a tooth until well after the tooth has been damaged. If you chip a tooth, it is imperative that you schedule a visit to our Chester Springs, PA dental office as soon as possible. The longer you wait to repair a chipped tooth, the more likely you will experience further tooth damage. In advanced cases, a chipped tooth may lead to an exposed nerve which may cause discomfort, pain, or tooth sensitivity.
If applicable, patients should keep the chipped portion of the tooth and store it in a moist plastic bag. be sure to bring it with you to your appointment. Dr. Jason Petkevis is a family dentist in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. Dr. Petkevis offers a full range of restore, general, and cosmetic dentistry services to address patients with chipped, fractured, and broken teeth.
If you have a chipped tooth, visit our Chester Springs, PA dental office for the dental care you need. Dr. Petkevis can work with to find the right solution for your specific case.
Solutions For A Chipped Tooth
Reoccurring Tooth Damage: If you consistently experience chipped teeth, you may be suffering from an underlying dental concern. Broken teeth may be a result of an imbalanced bite, TMJ disorder, or teeth grinding. Dr. Petkevis has completed extensive training in identifying and treating TMJ and other bite disorder. An imbalanced bite can cause stress on certain teeth, causing them to weaken and break over time. Dr. Petkevis will work with you to identify any underlying dental concerns and create a solution based on your needs. Treatment options may include bite equilibration (reshaping the teeth), orthodontics or other restorative treatments to rebalance the bite.
One Time Tooth Damage: For patients who have experienced trauma or an accident that has resulted in a chipped tooth, Dr. Petkevis may recommend general or cosmetic dentistry treatment to restore your smile. Depending on the location and extent of damage, Dr. Petkevis may recommend dental bonding, dental crowns, or porcelain veneers, to restore your smile.
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To schedule an appointment, call 610.400.1459 or schedule an appointment online.
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