restoring teak veneer table


I have acquired a table that is teak veneer over particle board. It's an OK table but there are gouges in the veneer which expose the particle board. Worse gouge may be 3/8-1/2" long x 1/8-1/4" wide.
Any suggestions on how to fill the gouges and to blend with surrounding veneer?
Also, it looks as though someone overtightened a screw to the point where it shoved some of the veneer up. Can this be moistened and then ironed to bring back to match surrounding surface?
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Franz Fripplfrappl wrote:

Buy some teak veneer and make dutchmen. __________

Maybe. Depend on what glue was used and if the screw pushed up (and broke off?) bits of particle board that are still there.
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Try www.refinishwizard.com
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