Just the last day or two, when my cat looks up at me and miaows, I’ve noticed that it looks as though one of her front fangs is broken. It may have been like this the whole time I’ve had her for all I know, but next time I can get a good look at it (ie, when she yawns) I’ll know for sure. She seems to be fine – I haven’t noticed any sign of distress or not eating properly if this is something that’s happened recently. If I do establish the tooth is broken, should I leave it if she seems to be OK, or should I assume it’s indicative of a general dental problem and get her down the vets? She’s 11 years old, so no spring chicken, and it might be that they need attention. Are there any other signs I should look for that might indicate a problem in that area worth veterinary assistance?