More often than not we can restore a tooth with simple methods utilising tooth coloured composite adhesive materials. This kind of dentistry is called Minimally Invasive Dentistry. We now know that the more we do to a tooth the shorter it’s lifespan will be. Sometimes, however, there is so much damage to a tooth that a composite restoration just isn’t possible.
We often need to consider a crown or a veneer to restore the tooth. We also need to consider these kinds of treatments when choosing suitable cosmetic solutions.
Caroline prefers the modern metal free ceramics and she works with a super dental technician to really achieve just the look you want.
Again, it is understanding the problems that are there before any solution to tackle them are offered, time spent in the diagnosis and treatment planning phase is always well spent.