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Bonding & Veneers

Cosmetic procedures such as; teeth whitening, bonding of tooth-colored material to teeth and porcelain veneers are commonly used to improve the appearance of a smile.

While whitening is a process that uses special bleaching agents for restoring the color of natural teeth; bonding involves the application of a tooth-colored material to the surface of the tooth or teeth. It can be used conservatively to fill in spaces between teeth or restore a chipped/broken area, and allows for modification; if needed.

Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are bonded permanently to teeth. They can be placed to cover stained, crooked, worn, or cracked teeth. Because veneers require removing a small amount of enamel, to allow for the thickness of the veneer, they are permanent and non-reversible.

Before Before Before
After After After
Whitening and Bonding create a new Smile A veneer was placed to restore the fractured tooth Veneers were placed across most of the upper teeth and a new mouth guard (bite splint) was fabricated to help protect the new restorations