I chipped my front tooth, a little sensitive, what can I do?

so recently I noticed a rough feeling in my tooth. The tooth next to my front tooth. And when I looked in the mirror, I saw this small chip. Last night, I felt some pain in that tooth but not when I was having a meal. Question is, is this something I should be concerned about?

Answer:

Whenever you chip your tooth or experience any pain or discomfort , it is best to see your dentist ASAP. Maybe to your naked eye the chip is superficial but the problem could be much deeper, than you realize, and the ideal treatment that could have been done, can save you  money, many unnecessary visits to your dentist and save you time, pain, and headaches.
From the looks of your front tooth chip, it looks superficial, but the dentist can check with intra-oral digital photography, or an xray to rule out further crack on the tooth, or the root.
Chipped tooth treatment can start with dental bonding, and placing desensitize medication to alleviate discomfort. In my opinion if you feel any sensitivity or chipped tooth or teeth, see your good dentist right away to prevent further damage, and see if your tooth can be treated via conservative tooth bonding. for more insights on dental bonding or tooth bonding click here:https://www.celebritydentist.com/dental-bonding/

Anthony-Mobasser