Broken Teeth

Unfortunately, teeth sometimes break. And if you have a broken tooth, it can affect both your appearance and how you feel about yourself. Broken teeth will, over time, stain and wear more rapidly. Also, once the enamel has been compromised, teeth tend to break and chip more and more often.

We tend to think that only our front teeth can be broken but you can break or chip a back tooth, too. A broken tooth is sometimes, but not always, painful. In other words, you could have a broken tooth and not know it.

There are ways to repair broken teeth and make them better than new! Perhaps the most popular method is the use of porcelain veneers. Dr. Carol Waldman has placed literally thousands of porcelain veneers, many of them to correct a broken tooth or teeth.

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Call 416-445-6000 today or Contact Dr. Waldman today and get some answers on how to correct gaps between your teeth!

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