If there is no fragment, or when it is not feasible to bond it, the treatment will be an aesthetic restoration in composite resin or a ceramic veneer or, in cases where the fracture is extensive, a crown or inlay, depending on the tooth and the extent of the tooth surface covered.
In cases where the fracture is such that it leads to the involvement of the dental pulp (nerve of the tooth) it may be necessary to do a root canal treatment before its definitive reconstruction.
In other extreme cases, where the fracture involves the root of the tooth in a longitudinal (vertical) manner, the tooth may no longer be viable and may need to be extracted, thus requiring the placement of an implant and a crown on it.
In any of the cases, a clinical and radiographic assessment is always necessary so that the dentist can make the best diagnosis and consequently outline the best treatment plan.
Whenever you find yourself in one of these situations or have any questions, you can request an appointment to be seen by a professional who will provide you with the best care!