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Should I Replace Dental Bonding With Veneers
Maybe: If you don't like the bonding or it has been chipping easily you may go with veneers. They are pocelain and tend to be more esthetic. If you like what you have and it is not decaying under the bonding it is your call, you may even elect to just have the bonding done again. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size or length and resulting in an improved appearance. They can be made from porcelain or ...Read more
Is there a difference between tooth bonding and porcelain veneers? I've been a smoker for years but have quit, and would like a new white smile to celebrate that fact. I'm having a hard time telling the difference between dental boding and porcelain venee
Is dental bonding right for what i'm looking for? I have some gaps between most of my four front teeth i'm looking to get taken care of. I really dislike the way veneers tend to look. Even though they do usually look real i don't particularly want my teet
Consider Ortho : Depending on the size of your spaces, orthodontic treatment may be the most conservative and long lasting way to close the spaces and give you a great looking smile. Sometimes with just veneers or bonding, the size proportions can be off and tooth structure needs to be removed removed. Ortho eliminates or decreases tooth enamel removal. A detailed wax up is needed so see the results prior. ...Read moreSee 10 more doctor answers
Many: Moderate to severe crowding or spacing, excessive vertical overbite or horizontal overjet, skeletal imbalance, and many other situations. See a fully qualified Orthodontist for initial examination (usually free) to discuss what Orthodontics can do for you. Often Orthodontist and Restorative Dentist work hand in hand to provide you with best possible care. Seek quality, not shortcuts. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Are dental veneers or bonding better to do if you have a really big gap between the two front teeth on the top row? Which procedure is better?
Dental veneers: The orthodontic treatment is the best option, but many adults do not want to invest a few years and multiple appointments to improve their smiles. Porcelain veneers are also viable treatment to close large space. Cosmetic bonding can be used to close small gaps between teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Initially less but..: Composite bonding is almost always less expensive in the short term. However, over the long run, if it has to be done several times, it may turn out to be more expensive. Porcelain veneers are stronger, more durable, stain less, and have a more natural appearance. Discuss your options with your own dentist before deciding what is best for you. Think long term. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Small chip on anterior tooth, bonding keeps failing and veneer not an option due to occlusion. Can I ask for a crown?
Is it ok to bit into apples, corn on the cobb or hard grinders with veneers or bonding? Or should you cut them up and chew them with your back teeth?
When do I know that I should have my dental bonding replaced? I've had some bonding on my front teeth for about five years now. I know you can expect them to last for around seven years, and i think mine still look fine, but i'd like to know if there's an
The : The life expectancy of a bonding can vary depending on the application, the material and your personal home care. Although you are using seven years as a guideline, many bondings can last well beyond that time. If you feel as though they are still cosmetically pleasing and your dentist tells you that they are functionally intact, then they are fine and don't need replacement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your dentist: Tooth bonding is most useful for repairing chipped teeth. The resin used in dental bonding is not as strong as a tooth. If you bite your nails, ice cubes or the pens you risk chipping the material. Regardless, if you have a chipped, broken or failed new treatment, please come back to see your dentist for a replacement. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
$320 -$640 per tooth: Costs of dental bonding vary depending on your specific dental conditions, dentist's experience and geographic location The average cost of dental bonding ranges from $300 to $600 per tooth. However, many dental insurance plans cover most of the cost. Ask your dentist for more details. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the average cost of dental bonding per tooth? I'd like bonding done on six teeth to correct some imperfections, and would like to know what a good average price would likely be before i go for consultations.
$300 to $600/tooth: Costs of dental bonding vary depending on your specific dental conditions, dentist's experience and geographic location The average cost of dental bonding ranges from $300 to $600 per tooth. However, many dental insurance plans cover most of the cost. Ask your dentist for more details. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: Dental bonding commonly refers to the adhering of composite materials to the tooth structure. These composite materials can be removed safely with a resultant smooth surface. Depending on the situation other material may be recommended for replacing the removed composite. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
Yes and: Then you will be back where you started from. If there is something that you are not pleased with? For example, shape, color, bite, esthetics, etc. Discuss it with your dentist before it is removed. Find out what can and can't be done to improve the results more in line with want you want or expect. Also discuss other treatment options. As a final resort, seek a 2nd opinion before its removal. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Depends: Depends on what you consider toxic and at what dose you receive the chemical. Bonded fillings contain bpa currently in a gray area on many fronts, metallic filings contain about 50% mercury. As a dentist I have 2 places to put these fillings your mouth or an epa registered hazardous waste dump. Which do you prefer? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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