Direct Composite Veneer

This patient was traumatically hit in the mouth and fractured his front tooth. We discussed options for restoring his tooth and decided the direct composite veneer was the best approach. It’s a conservative treatment with little to no tooth structure being removed and about a third of the cost of a porcelain veneer. I also felt I could match up his existing teeth the best with the composite vs the porcelain. As you can see a very beautiful restoration in just 1 hour in the chair and no anesthetic.
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