Broken Front Tooth
There are few dental traumas worse than breaking a front tooth. A broken front tooth impairs your ability to eat and talk and there’s the embarrassment that comes from missing such a key part of your smile, and you should get help quickly! Your tooth is not going to heal on its own, so it’s important to get to the dentist as soon as possible after the trauma occurs. Each situation is different, but if the original tooth can be saved, we will try to save it, otherwise we will discuss your options for short and long-term tooth replacement options. These may include a crown, bridge, implant or partial denture.