I have a 5' square dining table made of teak. The tabletop appears to be made of glued-together boards 3" - 5" wide. A couple of these boards have come apart, and now I have a gap almost 1/8" running the full length of my table. I'd like some advice on how to fix this, please.
I have seen similar threads on filling cracks with epoxy filler, or similar. This would be fine with me if it's suitable for such a large gap. I am most interested in something that fills the gap, is robust, and looks decent enough (the fix does not have to be perfect aesthetically).
However, the complication here is that it's not just a gap - one of the sides seems to have lifted, such that there is also a raised edge of about 1/8". How would I got about evening this up before applying a filler?
I have basic tools (hand planes, sanders, etc), but not a full wood shop (no surface planer machine, etc). My goal here is a functional fix at least hassle and expense.
I have attached photos and would really appreciate expert advice on how to approach a repair in my case.