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Conservatively Reshaping A Broken Tooth

That one injured tooth can significantly alter your smile, but it may not take significant dental work to treat. In many circumstances, physical harm can be addressed through conservative cosmetic dental work. At our Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA dentist’s office, we can provide recommendations for care based on your needs and the state of your tooth at the time of your appointment. If the broken tooth does not require restorative dental work, we can proceed with a cosmetic service that minimizes changes to the structure. Both dental bonding work and treatment with porcelain veneers can have exciting and lasting benefits, and they can provide those benefits with surprisingly little time and work.

Has A Dental Injury Hurt Your Smile?

A dental injury that results in a chipped, cracked, or otherwise broken tooth can certainly be a source of insecurity for you. It can become a focal point for people, as that damage can stand out in your smile. It can also make it harder for you to feel comfortable biting and chewing. What you can discover through having it evaluated is that less time and effort will be required to treat it than you anticipate. A single cosmetic dental procedure can be enough to hide the harm and give you back a smile you are eager to share with the world.

Planning Tooth Bonding Treatment To Hide Damage And Restore Your Smile

Tooth bonding services make improvements possible without including the placement of restorations. Instead, we can reshape, resize, and generally improve upon the appearance of a tooth by applying a composite resin material. The substance directly adheres to enamel to create meaningful changes. Because this approach makes the placement of restorations unnecessary, it can take less time than you anticipate to see the results you want, as we can give you a fully restored appearance in as little as one visit!

How Veneers Hide Embarrassing Enamel Damages

Porcelain veneers are slim shells that are capped to the fronts of teeth. That placement will limit the overall changes to your enamel; while crowns have to surround teeth completely, these will only cover a limited area. Once in position, your veneer can make your once-injured tooth a good fit for the rest of your smile. The material used to make them can hold up over many years and preserve your improvements!

Talk To Your Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA Dentist About How Your Broken Tooth Can Be Reshaped And Restored!

Through conservative cosmetic dental work, our practice can help you deal with the embarrassment of a dental injury while minimizing the changes that have to take place to your tooth structure. If you would like to find out more about how we can take on problems with how you look, please reach out to Modern Dentistry Of Shrewsbury at (508) 842-8838.