Chipping, breaking or cracking a tooth usually isn't serious. Your dentist will usually be able to treat it.
If a piece of tooth has broken off, put it in milk or saliva (by spitting into a container if it's your tooth, or having your child spit into a container if it's theirs) and take it to the dentist.
Don't go to your GP. They won't be able to give you dental treatment.
You may have to pay for your appointment. Read more about NHS dental charges.
Treatments for a chipped, broken or cracked tooth include:
Read more about dental treatments.