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... between all my teeth on the bottom. ... (4 replies)
... drinker too! I think that I'm going to go with the bonding, just because the defects in my teeth aren't severe enough where I'd need to cover the entire tooth... ... (4 replies)
... these kind of applications, you really do not need a cosmetic dentist, they probablky charge more money, I noticed you think you want bonding, but keep in mind, bonding will stain and veneers will not. Bonding is cheaper but not for the long run as you have to keep doing them. ... (4 replies)

... of a white bonded filling in them. I have an appointment to get my xrays and whatever for my first orthodontic appointment in August and I am wondering if the bonding filling will withstand the braces? ... (3 replies)
Crooked teeth
Sep 4, 2009
... You must start by going to a dentist and asking for a referral to an orthodontist. ... (1 replies)
... Hi there, I had veneers put on my teeth and I love them. The first time I just had them bonded, but that does not last as long and you have to have them redone about every 10 years or sooner. ... (4 replies)
... I hope you choose the least invasive route possible for addressing your teeth. It sounds like your teeth are healthy except for the noted decay and orthoditia problems. ... (3 replies)
... shave some of sides of lower teeth to reduce tooth width. braces on upper teeth just to move one lateral cuspid out towards front of mouth and to have more control over final bite. ... (0 replies)
... I had trauma to my 2 upper front teeth when I was around 12 yoa requiring them to be wired into the gum tissue for several months and then rc's and was told I was lucky if they lasted into my 20's. ... (5 replies)
Crooked Tooth
Jul 11, 2006
... Are there any teeth missing next to it? ... (4 replies)
... Yeah - but you run the risk of damaging the underlying structure of the teeth with veneers or crowns - but bonding might be a cosmetic alternative - but I agree braces would be the best long-term. For your wedding though maybe you could try snap-on cosmetic teeth - they are not meant for eating, drinking, etc but just for appearances - some dentists offer them and I have seen... (6 replies)
... Although dental bonding can be an extremely fast and convenient alternative when it comes to fixing chipped, cracked, crooked or stained teeth, for people with dental bonding material allergies, this treatment could end up being extremely detrimental. ... (2 replies)
... Depending on how "crooked" your teeth are I'd say that you have several options. The first and best is always orthodontics if your teeth are in good shape, the color is acceptable, etc. ... (5 replies)




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