Front teeth can be filled with white composite resin, as an immediate fix. Front teeth are the first contact with food, and are under a lot of strain everyday. Enamel is very strong, however once a piece has broken, the replacement material – white composite resin – is nowhere near as strong. It is advised not to bite hard on composite resin, as repeated breakages can occur. Stronger materials like Porcelain or Zirconia provide excellent aesthetics and longevity. Cosmetic porcelain veneers are ideal for small breaks. Ceramic crowns (below) are the strongest of all dental restorations.