Quick Answer: How Do I Fix My Bad Teeth?

Here are some ways you can fix your bad teeth:

  • Braces. Braces are an effective way to fix most problems associated with crooked teeth.
  • Teeth whitening. Having the occasional cup of coffee or glass of red wine could result in teeth discoloration.
  • Dental implants.
  • Crowns.
  • Bonding.
  • Conclusion.

How do you fix rotten teeth?

When a fluoride treatment isn’t an option, your dentist can remove decayed parts of the tooth and perform either a dental filling or a dental crown to fill holes in the tooth. For a filling, your dentist uses a tooth-colored composite resin or an amalgam filling such as mercury, silver, or another type of metal.

How much does it cost to fix rotten teeth?

Fillings, while more expensive than basic dental check-ups, both fix cavities and protect your mouth’s future health. Most filling treatments hold stable prices in the following ranges: $50 to $150 for a single, silver amalgam filling. $90 to $250 for a single, tooth-colored composite filling.

Can damaged teeth be repaired?

Most chipped teeth can be repaired either by reattaching the broken piece of tooth enamel or by bonding a tooth-colored filling or crown in place. See your dentist as soon as possible after the injury to treat your chipped tooth and keep it from worsening.

Why are my teeth decaying?

Major causes of tooth decay are sugary, sticky foods and beverages. Poor Oral Hygiene: Not brushing your teeth regularly allows plaque to build up and attack the tooth enamel. Plaque Formation: Plaque is caused when bacteria, acid, food particles, and saliva all combine in your mouth.