If you've ever been afflicted with cancer, one of the happiest days of your life was likely when your oncologist told you that your cancer was officially in remission. You're out of the woods, and with regular checkups and by doing everything you can to maintain a high standard of health, you will hopefully stay out of those woods forever. Even when your cancer is in the distant past, its effects can still be observed in your body.
Teeth are strong, yet they can crack, chip, or break if they experience enough force. If something happened to one of your teeth that caused the tooth to chip, you might want to get it fixed. If you are considering leaving it chipped, you might want to think twice. Here are two things you should know about chipped teeth.
Reasons to Fix Chipped Teeth
When you have a chipped tooth, you can choose to fix it or ignore it.