Broken fillings are due to normal chewing, but are accelerated when patients grind their teeth.
Tooth sensibility when eating hot/cold food or beverages.
A broken filling allows food and bacteria to penetrate the tooth, which would in turn create a cavity under the existing filling. If not treated, the cavity can move to the pulp and lead to a dental abscess.
Replacement of filling.
Placing a dental crown.
An excellent alternative for deep cavity or if the tooth is fractured beyond restoration.
Root canal treatment and a crown.
For cases where the cavity or fracture have reached the pulp chamber.
Bi-annual preventive examinations and dental hygiene appointments would permit the dentist to detect and promptly replace broken fillings before they become problematic.
Contact us today to prevent or treat broken fillings