Hi. Recently I chipped my front right (from my perspective) tooth while eating instant soup. The very tip of the metal fork hit the very bottom enamal on the bottom of my front upper tooth on the way in and chipped off a very small section if enamel.
It's not a jagged or sharp chip; it's very smooth. It looks like a very low sloping upsidedown U in the enamal on the bottom of my front tooth. Not really noticable from a distance but it's really bugging me in the mirror. My question is, the rest of my tooth is fine, and the chip doesn't hurt. Is there a way a dentist can fill in the chip in my enamel when the chip is very small and on the bottom of my tooth?
Because I DON'T want them to either (a) file the rest of my tooth down because I already have small teeth or (B) put a veneer over my entire tooth which if I understand correctly, requries grinding away the surface layer of my tooth to apply the bond. Please reply. Thank you.