Oh No, I Broke My Two Front Teeth-What Now?

Top-Rated Prosthodontist Serving Washington DC, Bethesda, Arlington & nearby areas of MD & VA

Posted: April 21, 2015

Not to worry,  even though you are panic stricken,  you need not worry. As long as your new dental crowns (caps) have the right anatomic form to match your smile line, lip line, and facial pattern, along with the right translucency and internal color (not surface stained), you will, once again, have a great smile.

We invite you to see some actual patient examples of where Dr. Marlin repaired broken teeth to their health natural appearance. No one will even know that they were ever broken.

EXAMPLE #1 OF PATIENT WITH BROKEN FRONT TOOTH

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EXAMPLE #2 OF PATIENT WITH BROKEN FRONT TOOTH

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So if you or someone you know is suffering from a broken front tooth, schedule a consultation with Dr. Marlin today to discover a beautiful restoration to restore your great smile.