Fix & Repair Your Cracked, Broken Or Chipped Teeth

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Do you have chipped, broken or cracked teeth?

The difference is in the levels of pain that you feel and the potential treatment options that are available to you.


Chipped & Broken Teeth

Think of a broken tooth as a tooth with a large chip. You might not feel any tooth pain unless the chip is large enough to expose the nerves in your tooth.

If a nerve is exposed you will feel pain and/or sensitivity when eating or drinking hot or cold food or liquids. The pain will become unbearable.

Dental crowns or onlays are common treatment options for broken or chipped teeth. Our gentle dentists will present all your options once they've seen you.


Transform your smile and save yourself from having to suffer a world of pain

Cracked Teeth

A cracked tooth might affect only the tooth enamel, or it might affect the entire tooth down to the root.

You might only notice pain from a cracked tooth when chewing or when the temperature in your mouth changes as you eat something hot or cold.

You should see our gentle dentists about a cracked tooth because a) the tooth might be able to be saved, helping your mouth & your wallet, and b) cracked teeth become very painful at the worst moments.


Or you can book an appointment by calling us on (03) 9459 6300 during business hours

Before & After Smile Gallery Where We've Fixed Chipped, Broken & Cracked Teeth

Depending on your unique situation, you may be able to achieve an amazing smile again using a combination of crowns, fillings, onlays, porcelain veneers and other treatment options.
That Confident Smile


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I Can See The Chipped or Broken Tooth, But I Have No Pain

This is very common and it means that you were lucky. Pain from a chipped or broken tooth is the result of nerves in the tooth becoming exposed. Even though you might not have pain you might still notice that you have:
  • Increased sensitivity while chewing
  • Sensitivity or discomfort when eating or drinking hot or cold food and drinks
As the enamel of the affected tooth wears down quickly, your luck will run out and the nerves in your damaged tooth will be exposed.

This will cause you excruciating pain that will only partially be masked by Panadol or even stronger pain killers. Most people rate this pain as a 9 or 10, out of 10.

Making your appointment before you feel pain means that we can repair your chipped or broken tooth faster so that you don't have to come in as many times. Plus, getting this fixed now means that you'll probably save yourself money that you can spend on the things you really want to buy.
Or you can book an appointment by calling us on (03) 9459 6300 during business hours


Do These 3 Things Before Your Appointment

1.

Rinse your mouth with warm salt water to flush away any bacteria


2.

Avoid very hot or cold food and drinks


3.

Take over-the-counter painkillers if needed until your appointment


You're in good hands


Or you can book an appointment by calling us on (03) 9459 6300 during business hours


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