Broken, Cracked, or Chipped Tooth

A chipped or broken tooth mainly occurs due to accidents and if you receive a blow on your face. If your teeth get broken, chipped, or cracked, you should consult your dentist nearby immediately without any delays.


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What are the Differences between a cracked and a chipped tooth?

  • A cracked tooth is likely to have a small part of the tooth break off or a large chunk that exposes the roots. A cracked tooth does not necessarily mean you have lost a piece of dentition, but rather, there is a division in the tooth. It can be a hairline crack that is not noticeable or a split that reaches down to the root.
  • Chipped teeth are often more noticeable, and you should treat them immediately.?
  • A chipped tooth is usually very painful in the initial stages, while a cracked tooth is not painful, but if left untreated, the crack could deepen, and you could eventually lose your tooth.

Finding an emergency dentist in Coral Springs, FL

No matter what dental emergency you have, it is necessary to visit your dentist nearby and get the proper treatment immediately. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Rodriguez by calling us at (954) 255-3500 or visit our dental office at 7426 Wiles Rd, Coral Springs, FL 33067.