Chipped Tooth

A chipped tooth is a common dental issue occurring because of:

It is also an indication of tooth grinding or bruxism. The damage causes severe pain the mouth while also affecting the look and feel of your smile. Dr Olstein has over 30 years of experience in repairing chipped teeth.

Symptoms of cracked teeth include pain in the impacted area. However, if it’s a back tooth, you can develop a sore tongue due to rubbing against a sharp edge. Damaged nerves and blood vessels are not uncommon and can cause continued pain.

Book an appointment immediately if you notice any of these symptoms.

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Treatments for A Chipped Tooth

Treatment types vary depending on the severity of the damage. A special dental filling will be used if a small amount of enamel has been chipped off.

A badly cracked, fractured or chipped tooth will require a more complex procedure. We replace the tooth with either a high-quality dental crown, veneer or inlay that protects the rest of the tooth while repairing the tooth’s outward appearance.

Never treat the tooth at home. Always make an appointment if you notice any damage.

Dr Olstein uses the best dental equipment and technology to safely treat the issue. Most importantly, he gives you a beautiful smile back with no signs of chips, fractures or otherwise unhealthy teeth.

Why Visit Dr George Olstein?

  • Individual treatment plans: every patient has a different situation, lifestyle and budget. Dr Olstein provides a thorough examination of your dental health as well as these factors to recommend a treatment that offers the best relief, protection and long-term results for you.
  • Years of experience: Dr Olstein has treated chipped teeth with expert care and service for over 30 years. He knows how to look after your pain and ensure you’re in good hands from start to finish.
  • No more fear or anxiety: We are one of Melbourne’s leading sleep dentistry clinics, offering professional sedation to make your dental visits a relaxing experience. It’s the same as that used in hospitals and allows for a calm and stress-free treatment.
  • Friendly staff & environment: After 30 years, we know how to look after dental health in the community. Our expert staff are here to assist you with all of your bookings, dental advice and guidance for a healthy mouth and smile year-round.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Book an Appointment Today

To get your damaged teeth assessed and treated by a professional dentist, then contact our friendly staff today on 03 9510 1644. You can also complete our quick and easy online booking request form.