This video is all you need to know about broken tooth repair.
See your dentist right away if you have a chipped, broken, or fractured tooth. If you don’t, you risk further damage to your tooth or infection, which could lead to the loss of the tooth.
Try these self-care measures in the meantime. Use an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as acetaminophen, if the tooth is hurting.
Use salt water and swish your mouth around in a circular motion.
Keep your tongue and inner lip and cheek safe from injury if the break has left a jagged or sharp edge. Use wax paraffin or sugarless chewing gum to cover the break. Avoid biting down on the broken tooth if at all possible.
The severity of the damage determines the best course of action for a cracked or broken tooth. In most cases, a single office visit is all that is required to repair a small chip of enamel. Damaged teeth may necessitate a longer and more expensive procedure. Dentists can fix a chipped or broken tooth in one of several ways.
In conclusion, Dentists apply several treatment methods to repair your teeth. To find out more about broken tooth repair, watch the video.