Can my flattened front tooth be fixed?


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Is it possible to fix my flattened out front teeth? See tooth 23 (middle bottom tooth) in particular in the picture below. If so what are the options or best ways to fix this?

A dentist added composite bonding to my bottom front teeth (23, 24, 25) without my consent. I had them remove it and in doing so the teeth are now flattened out in front. It effects my bite as my teeth don't meet well anymore, and has been very difficult to get used to.

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Dr M

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Good day,

You can build it up with a resin filling, but usually these fillings tend to come loose, since you use these teeth to bite into food etc. My opinion would be to leave it as is, unless additional problems warrant other treatment options such as veneers or crowns.
 

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