Lumino Smiles Dental

We Can Fix Your Chipped Tooth

December 10, 2020
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Posted By: Lumino Smiles Dental

Chipping your tooth can happen unexpectedly, maybe from eating ice, biting your fingernails, or even chewing on some hard candy. No matter the reason for your chipped tooth, it is usually a shocking situation. 

Enamel is an incredible substance, but it has limits of endurance. Over the years, it can chip from an injury or biting down on something hard. Your general dentist, 
Dr Amir Kiaee, can restore your tooth using tooth-coloured fillings. Since the filling material is shaded to match the shade of your tooth, it blends in with the rest of your smile. 

If you have chipped your tooth, let Lumino Smiles Dental know so we can help and treat your smile.

What Are Tooth-Coloured Fillings?

White fillings are made from natural-looking composite resins that mimic the translucency of enamel while adding stability and protection to the structure of your tooth.

Your dentist can fill in any chips, cracks, wear, and tear, or gaps in your smile. 

What Causes Chipped Teeth?

There are many reasons why a tooth can chip, including:

  • Eating and biting down on something hard
  • Injury or accident
  • Untreated cavity
  • Old fillings

No matter how your tooth is injured, we are always available to help.

Taking Care of a Chipped Tooth

Even if your chipped tooth isn't painful, you should still visit your dentist at Lumino Smiles Dental as soon as you can. If the chipped or cracked tooth is severely injured, it may be a dental emergency that requires medical care to prevent further cracking.

We want to prevent infection or injury, so don't hesitate to give us a call to arrange a booking. 

Call Us to Treat Your Chipped Tooth

Do you have a chipped, broken, or cracked tooth? Don't hold off until things get worse, contact Lumino Smiles Dental even if you don't feel any pain. We use natural-looking dental fillings to keep your smile strong and beautiful. 

Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.