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Tiny chip on front tooth

I was at a party and someone bumped into me while I was drinking. It chipped my my tooth very minimally. Nothing is wrong with my teeth other than this. Truthfully, I’m the only one who can see it, but I know it is there so it bothers me. How would you recommend I fix this? I hear porcelain veneers are good.

Marcus G.- Little Rock, AR


Porcelain veneers are good when they are done by an expert cosmetic dentist, but if they are not done by an expert, your tooth could end up looking worse than before. My suggestion, because the chip is so small, is to get a dental bonding repair done. A cosmetic dentist will use a white composite bonding that can be matched to your tooth shade. The results can last for years.

I hope this helps.

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