Tooth Repair & Restoration

Comprehensive solutions for damaged teeth

Cost-effective treatments – dental fillings, onlays, inlays, veneers, crowns

Tooth Repair and Restoration

If you have damaged teeth, Everyday Smiles can fix them. We have a full range of treatment options to repair and restore cracked, broken decayed and worn-out teeth.


For most minor tooth cavities as a result of tooth decay, fillings are the most common and popular form of dental treatment. In a filling dental treatment, filling material is used to repair your tooth cavities. They can help prevent further decay and toothache.

A filling treatment is a simple two-step dental procedure that can be completed in a single dental visit. At the start of treatment, your dentist will give you a local anaesthetic. Your dentist will then proceed to remove your tooth decay with dental tools. Once prepared, the cavity is then filled in with a tooth-coloured composite material or amalgam.


For teeth that are extremely damaged yet still repairable, dental crowns are a suitable dental treatment option. Crowns can be used as a partial or whole tooth restoration.

A crown is basically a prosthetic partial or whole tooth. It is colour-matched with surrounding teeth, and custom designed to match and replace the damaged or decayed area of the damaged tooth.

First, a custom crown is made by our dental technicians. It can be made from different materials, such as porcelain or gold, depending on your preference. Then your damaged tooth is thoroughly cleaned and prepared. Afterwards, your crown is permanently attached to your tooth. In effect, you now have a brand new tooth with the look and function of a natural healthy tooth.

Inlays and Onlays

For damaged or decayed teeth that are too weak to support a filling, yet don’t require a dental crown restoration, inlays and onlays are a suitable restoration dental treatment. They are bonded permanently to your prepared tooth. They also look very realistic, and function just like real teeth. Inlays and onlays are similar dental treatments – the only difference being the areas of a tooth that each restores.

Inlays repair areas within the cusps of your teeth. For example, a large cavity that cannot support a filling. Outlays repair cusps that are damaged on the biting surface of a tooth. Outlays can be used to restore quite a large area of a tooth, including the sides. As such, they are sometimes known as a partial crown.


For repairing teeth – that are permanently stained, chipped, crooked, gapped or uneven – veneers have proven to be a popular and proven solution. This dental procedure uses a thin, finely crafted piece of composite resin or porcelain, which is bonded permanently to the front of the damaged or defective tooth.

Veneers can restore teeth damaged by accident, such as a chipped tooth, or cosmetically enhance the appearance of your natural teeth. Lots of Hollywood celebrities with dazzling white smiles owe their look to the use of dental veneers.

After an initial consultation, you may have to follow a strict oral hygiene routine, which includes a special mouthwash, for a few weeks in the lead up to your veneer procedure. Excellent oral hygiene and health is an important factor in the success and longevity oy your new veneers.

The two main types of veneers:

Porcelain veneers. They are renowned for their strength, durability (up to 25 years) and natural appearance.
Composite veneers (or build ups). These are made using a composite resin material. They are bonded right onto your prepared tooth’s surface. The results are very natural. They are not as durable as porcelain veneers, and so they may need replacing over time.