Teeth can become broken and worn through daily and unforeseen wear, including the diet we eat and accident or injury. Many broken teeth can require veneers or even dental implants to treat or replace them, but with minor cracks or chips patients can have the simpler option of composite bonding.

The composite bonding materials are tooth coloured, which means any damage treated can remain completely unnoticed.

During treatment the composite material will be used to fill in any chips or cracks, and then polished into shape to mimic the shape and appearance of your natural tooth.

Damage to the biting edge of teeth, chipped corners or cracks can all be filled and corrected using composite bonding. Composite bonding may not last as long as porcelain veneers, but any worn bonding is incredibly easy to replace.

The range of treatments we offer for broken teeth are all natural looking and offer fantastic functional qualities.



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