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Written by Dr. McKay on Aug 4, 2014

No one really likes the way that dental cracks and chips look on the surface of teeth. But did you know that these types of damage are not only aesthetically bothersome, but also unhealthy? That is why it is so important that every patient take the time to seek treatment for enamel damage.

Our Glendale cosmetic dentist office provides multiple treatment options for these types of patients. So keep reading to learn more about how we can restore damaged teeth.

Whether you acquire dental damage due to infection or injury, your tooth is left vulnerable to further dental problems once your dental enamel is compromised. When you come in to see our dentist, we will first check your damaged tooth for signs of other infections or problems. Once we know that your tooth is healthy enough for restorative treatment, we can get to work perfecting your tooth.

The treatment that you choose for your tooth will depend on the extent of damage you have experienced as well as your personal preferences.

· Dental bonding is a fast, easy, and comfortable way to repair damaged teeth. Dental bonding simply involves our dentist filling in damaged parts of your enamel with dental resin.

· Another option you may want to consider is the dental Lumineer. This porcelain restoration will completely cover the front surface of your tooth, giving your tooth a clean and fresh appearance again.

· If you have dental cracks that have really compromised the structure and health of your tooth, our dentist may recommend that you have a restorative crown placed.

When our dental team meets with you, we can examine your smile and help you determine the best method by which to repair your damaged teeth. Our Glendale cosmetic dentists provide the restorative and cosmetic treatments that you need for long-term dental health.