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How Can I Rebuild My Damaged Teeth?

Posted on 6/3/2024 by Thurston Oaks Dental
3D rendering of three teeth each with a different dental filling materialDental implants offer an ideal solution for individuals who have lost all their teeth. If your tooth damage is mild, there are plenty of other solutions, such as dentures and crowns. Even so, seeing a dentist will help find the best solution. Below are the best solutions for damaged teeth.

Get Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays, also referred to as indirect fillings, are used when a tooth exhibits moderate decay. Using a specialized dental adhesive cement, an inlay is affixed directly onto the surface of the tooth. In cases of more extensive damage, an onlay is employed to cover the entire tooth surface.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers offer an attractive solution for individuals suffering from chipped, cracked, or severely discolored teeth. They can also be employed to close gaps or rectify uneven teeth. They are a popular option for aesthetic purposes.

Consider Dental Fillings

Fillings are commonly used for chipped teeth, although they might also be used for large cavities. Various options and materials are available for fillings. Composite resin or porcelain fillings are among the most popular. Although they are not as long-lasting as silver amalgam, they blend in with the tooth color, making them far less noticeable.

Dental Bonding for Broken Teeth

Tooth Bonding offers a quick fix for a chipped or broken tooth. This treatment involves applying a composite resin to the affected tooth and then shaping it until the tooth is restored. Dentists use bonding to repair a broken piece of tooth or to fill in a chip or crack.

Get Dental Crowns

While bonding or a filling might suffice for minor issues or small areas of decay, more extensive restoration is often necessary for significant decay. In such cases, a crown, which covers the top of the tooth, may be required.

Dentures for Missing Teeth

Dentures are designed to replace missing teeth completely. Depending on the number of missing teeth, a person may have a full set, a single denture, or a partial set. Reach out to us today for any kind of teeth restoration procedure.

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