Cracked Tooth

A cracked tooth can result from various factors such as trauma, tooth decay, or biting on hard objects. Depending on the severity and location of the crack, individuals may experience varying degrees of pain, sensitivity, or difficulty chewing. If left untreated, a cracked tooth can worsen over time, leading to further damage or infection of the dental pulp. Additionally, a cracked tooth can detract from the overall aesthetics of the smile, causing self-consciousness and impacting confidence levels.

Veneers offer a conservative solution for repairing cracked teeth and improving their appearance. By bonding veneers to the front surface of the affected tooth, dentists can effectively conceal the crack and restore its strength and integrity. Whether opting for porcelain or composite veneers, patients can achieve a seamless and natural-looking result that blends seamlessly with the surrounding teeth. With veneers, individuals can regain confidence in their smile and prevent further complications associated with a cracked tooth.


Some of our cases