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Broken Tooth

Broken Tooth Los Angeles

Teeth are made of one of the strongest substances in the body, but even they can fracture and break. This is most likely to happen if the tooth is weakened by a cavity or decay, but a tooth can also break as a result of direct impact or when you bite down on something hard. If you have a broken tooth, our Los Angeles broken tooth restoration expert can help.

Although you might expect a broken tooth to hurt, it might not. In fact, you may not even notice it right away, but your tongue will eventually brush against the sharp edge of it. A minor chip or fracture may not cause any pain, but if a large part of the tooth has broken off, you may suffer quite a bit, especially if the nerve inside the tooth has been damaged or exposed. You may also feel pain if the nerve has been exposed to air, food, or drinks. Our expert in restoration of broken tooth in Los Angeles will examine the tooth to determine the extent of the damage and recommend the most appropriate treatment.

Broken Tooth Los Angeles

You cannot treat a broken tooth at home, but you can take steps to alleviate the pain until you can reach our Los Angeles broken tooth restoration expert. Rinse your mouth with warm water to remove any debris, and then place clean gauze or a tea bag over the tooth and bite down to keep pressure on it in order to stop any bleeding. You can also use a cold pack on your cheek to reduce pain and swelling. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever, if necessary, and call our Los Angeles broken tooth restoration expert right away.

Once our expert in restoration of broken tooth in Los Angeles determines the extent of the damage, we will explain your treatment options. Minor chips and cracks may only need light polishing or dental bonding. More serious cracks may need a dental filling or a crown to hold the parts of the tooth together. In some cases, a root canal treatment may need to be performed to remove the pulp, and the tooth will then need to be restored with a crown. Call us to learn more about your treatment options or to schedule an appointment with our Los Angeles emergency dentist.

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