Roper Dental Group


Worn Teeth

Roper Dental Group offers your entire family comprehensive dental care that’s second to none.

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Restore Your Smile's Natural Beauty and Function

If you have worn teeth that are affecting the aesthetics and functionality of your smile, Roper Dental Group is here to help. Our experienced dental professionals specialize in worn tooth restoration, providing comprehensive and personalized treatment options to restore your teeth’s natural beauty and function. Schedule your appointment for worn-teeth restoration today and take the first step towards rejuvenating your smile.

Comprehensive Solutions for Worn Teeth

At Roper Dental Group, we offer a range of treatment options to address worn teeth, including dental bonding, veneers, crowns, and, in some cases, orthodontic treatment. Our skilled team will recommend the most appropriate solution based on the severity of wear, alignment issues, and your desired outcome. We utilize the latest techniques and high-quality materials to deliver exceptional results that enhance both the aesthetics and functionality of your smile.

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Appointment for Worn-Teeth Restoration:

During your appointment, our skilled dentists will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth to assess the extent of wear and determine the most suitable treatment options. We take the time to listen to your concerns and develop a customized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and goals. Our goal is to provide you with a natural-looking and long-lasting solution to restore your worn teeth.

Safe and Affordable Dental Checkups:

Regular dental checkups are essential to maintaining optimal oral health, especially if you have worn teeth. At Roper Dental Group, we provide safe and affordable dental checkups to monitor the condition of your teeth, identify any potential issues, and provide preventive care. Our experienced dental professionals will conduct a comprehensive examination, perform necessary diagnostic tests, and develop a tailored treatment plan to address your worn teeth and maintain your oral health.

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Best service ever! From the front desk staff to being in the chair with Dr. Matt Roper, the care & consideration is stellar! Thank you!

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Frequently Ask Question

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Worn teeth can be caused by various factors, including teeth grinding (bruxism), clenching, aging, an acidic diet, improper brushing techniques, and certain medical conditions. Our dental professionals will evaluate the underlying cause of your worn teeth to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
At Roper Dental Group, we offer a range of restorative options for worn teeth. Depending on the severity of wear and individual circumstances, treatments may include dental bonding, veneers, crowns, orthodontic treatment, or a combination of these. Our experienced dentists will recommend the most suitable approach to restore your worn teeth and enhance your smile.
Our dental team prioritizes your comfort and utilizes techniques to minimize any discomfort during worn teeth restoration procedures. Local anesthesia is typically used to ensure a pain-free experience. After the procedure, you may experience some temporary sensitivity, but this can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.
The duration of the worn teeth restoration process depends on the chosen treatment plan and the complexity of your case. Simple treatments like dental bonding can be completed in a single visit, while more comprehensive treatments such as orthodontic treatment or multiple dental crowns may require several appointments.
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area around the broken tooth. If there is any bleeding, apply a piece of gauze or a clean cloth to the area for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek to reduce swelling. Contact your dentist for an appointment to assess the extent of the damage and determine the appropriate treatment.