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How Composite Bonding Compares To Veneers


Posted on 8/22/2022 by Dr. Dani Stansell
How Composite Bonding Compares To VeneersMost celebrities deem to have transformations of their appearance to have presentable and mouth-watering looks. Cosmetic bonding or dental bonding is a procedure done on teeth to fix cracks, discoloration, small gaps, and fractures. This article will discuss the differences between veneers and composite bonding.

Composite bonding


Composite bonding is a procedure to fix teeth' appearance that includes cracks and fractures. The advantage of this procedure is that it can shape, fill, and bond teeth quickly. A single visit to the dentist will have you undergo a pain-free procedure. It provides a natural and well-colored tooth after the medication. Furthermore, the procedure does not dwell on the current teeth, leaving your teeth untouched and retaining their natural strength. Worthy to note that for many who worry about the irreversibility's of procedures, composite bonding is reversible and can be rectified. The main shortcoming is that it requires more maintenance than the veneers.

Composite veneers


These products are customized from a composite resin and are applied to the tooth's surface, molded into the required shapes, and finished off. Composite veneers primarily improve the general appearance of the teeth by fixing discoloration, irregularly shaped teeth, improperly aligned teeth, and minor fractures.

Their benefits include the convenience of application as they are commonly done daily. Most people have opted for composite veneers as they never influence permanent teeth due to minimally invasive treatment. The main disadvantage is they require frequent visits to the dentist for upkeep and redoing.

Porcelain Veneers


Porcelain veneers are the most popular dental routine and are attributed to the procedure that fixes chipped teeth, discoloration, minor fractures, and slip gaps. Therefore, they restore form, color, and functionality to the smile. Porcelain veneers are handcrafted by dentists and hence blend perfectly with other teeth. They are quite simple to maintain as they require fewer visits to the dentist, unlike other bonding materials. What are you waiting for? We offer a variety of the listed products. Call us now and book your appointment today!

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