If you have damaged teeth, you don’t need to be told that they can cause a lot of complications for your oral health. At best, broken teeth wind up changing your smile until they can be repaired. At worst, they might bring constant pain, swelling, or even an increased chance of infection. Luckily, there are several options to patients looking to fix damaged or broken teeth. Your dentist can help you pick which is going to work best in your situation, but your options include veneers, crowns, and dental implants.
Why Patients Choose Veneers
The first choice for minor tooth damage is also one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry choices in general. That’s because veneers are easy to install, they look great, and they let you enjoy a straight, white smile. They are also competitively priced, which contributes to their popularity as both a repair option and a way of straightening a slightly crooked smile.
Crowns for Damaged Teeth
If you are looking for a stronger option, then it’s time to look at crowns. They work well because they cover over the original tooth, protecting it from further damage. They use the strength of that tooth to hold them in place, too. Since crowns can be made to look like natural teeth, they don’t stand out any more than veneers. Typically, this option is used for single-tooth solutions.
Often, this is the recommended treatment for both damaged and missing teeth. Dr. Roshanzamir regularly recommends them because they are
They also provide the best support for your smile, ensuring that your smile will not change over time because of the way the implants sit. If you are exploring options to fix broken, damaged, or missing teeth, consider talking to a dentist to see what your best treatment options are. Contact us today to set up your appointment. Our staff is waiting to help you.
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