Contemporary Dentistry


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  • Takes Time to Listen: 99%
  • Communicates Well: 99%
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  • Average Wait Time: 3 minutes

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  • Mon: 7:30am - 4pm
    Tues: 7:30am - 4pm
    Wed: 7:30am - 4pm
    Thurs: 7:30am - 4pm
    Fri: 7:30am - 4pm
    Sat: Closed
    Sun: Closed

As my colleagues pointed out, it is far better to address the issue BEFORE pain really sets in!! Likely, after you eat food is becoming impacted in the broken areas of your tooth. What may even be a small chip or missing filling is a big area for the tiny bacteria responsible for tooth decay and infection. Just taking antibiotics does not correct the problem with your tooth, so you are in danger of suffering increased discomfort in the future. I would have a dental exam and a Periapical x-ray (a little x-ray that captures the full length of the tooth). to determine if there is hidden infection and to decide what treatment you need. Also, I would consider WHY the tooth broke in the first place whether due to decay or because of nighttime clenching/grinding. Please go to the dentist!! good luck.

Anna Belous

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University of Rochester
State University of New York, Buffalo School of Dental Medicine
UPENN - University of Pennsylvania
AGD - Academy of General Dentistry