Is there any permanent way to fix a chip in my front tooth? (photo)
Doctor Answers 2
Chipped front tooth
The options for you include dental bonding and porcelain veneers. Bonding may be satisfactory at a fraction of the cost of veneers; but you will need to be more careful biting on this tooth. This is the more conservative case and most likely the best option for you that I would recommend.
Steven Goldy, DDS
Long in the Tooth
Actually, I think the shorter tooth doesn't look bad so it might make most sense to shorten the longer one to match. Should the tooth be sensitive, a filling can be placed on the edge of the tooth to make it not sensitive. That's the easiest and most sensible thing to do, in my opinion. I hope this helps!
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