I recently had a little too much to drink, and woke up the next day laying on the floor... now a few hours later i found out that the tip of my canine tooth was missing, which i can only assume was from my fall. It is not really visible unless i point it out to people. It would be extremely reassuring if I know that it can be somehow fixed (without having to reduce the size of the other canine... )...
My daughter somehow fell out of the shower because she leaned on the door and she landed onto the tile floor with her teeth. As you'd expect there was damage, including a chipped canine. Her dentist referred an oral surgeon and once they were sure the tooth was ok (this was appx 6 months of regular x-rays to ensure the tooth was alive) they were able to fully repair the tooth and it doesn't look bad or weird. So don't be too worried- you can get it fixed!
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