Porcelain Veneers vs. Dental Bonding: Which is Right for Your Smile?
It might sound strange but every cosmetic treatment is different for every patient according to their concerns, desires or need. When it comes to reshaping or concealing your teeth for an attractive look, two procedures such as Cosmetic dental bonding and porcelain veneers are a sure shot way. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between dental veneers and bonding to help one decide which one is right for your smile.
What are Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are thin shells of ceramic material that are fixed to the front surfaces of teeth for a quick smile transformation. These cosmetic enhancements are crafted individually for each patient and are made from high quality material that resembles the appearance of natural dental enamel. Veneers are also used for cosmetic corrections, ranging from teeth whitening to orthodontic adjustments.
What is Dental Bonding?
Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that repairs imperfections in teeth. A tooth-coloured composite resin is applied to the affected tooth. Then the resin is reshaped and polished, special light is applied that hardens the material and bonds it to the tooth. Bonding usually gives a natural look.
Are Porcelain Veneers right for my Smile?
Veneers are perfect dental treatment for a perfect smile. They work great for teeth that are severely discoloured, too short or narrow and poorly aligned. Dental veneers provide a comfortable fit. There are different types of veneers like temporary and permanent ones with the most famous choice of material being porcelain. High shine resin is also another kind, which is often much cheaper than porcelain veneers.
Is dental Bonding right for my smile?
Dental bonding is a perfect choice for those who have smaller teeth imperfections. This mainly involve gaps or chipped teeth. The bonding material, which is made from resin is fixed to each individual tooth and then moulded into the desired shape. Dental bonding can be useful for both bottom and top teeth and tends to be a cheaper option. Dental composite bonding is an apt choice for single chipped tooth.
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