Do you have a cosmetic problem with your teeth, and you would like to have one or more teeth restored? Have you been thinking that the solution to your cosmetic tooth problem will either be a porcelain dental veneer, or dental bonding, but you don’t really know which the right way to go is? If you are thinking about having a tooth cosmetically restored, you will want to meet with our dentist in New Hanover Township NJ, to see which would be the best way to address your cosmetic smile problem.
Our dental practice is Browns Mills Dental Center. At our practice, many patients come to see us to have a cosmetic dental problem addressed. We are very happy to have six expert and highly trained dentists as part about practice. They are: Dr. Asad S. Sadiq; Dr. Benjamin Nero; Dr. Mala Siew-Narine; Dr. Reena Goyal; Dr. Unum Rahmat; and Dr. Zaki Sadiq. Dental bonding and porcelain veneers are to common ways to fix cosmetic teeth problems. However, there are certainly different times and different situations when each treatment will work better than the other. In general, dental bonding is used to fix smaller problems. If a tooth is slightly chipped, or has some other small cosmetic problem, dental bonding will work well. Dental bonding can be very strong and effective, and can be made to perfectly match the tooth’s color. If a tooth has a small pit or groove this can generally be helped with dental bonding, when it is correctly and artfully done by our dentist in New Hanover Township NJ.
Dental veneers are excellent for fixing a wide range of cosmetic dental problems which are larger in scope. For example, you would not want to use dental bonding to fix a tooth that has a large gap between it and the next tooth. However, dental veneers would work just fine in this situation. Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that are made to cover the front of the tooth. They are made to perfectly match the adjacent teeth and are permanently attached to last for many years. Porcelain veneers are excellent for fixing purely cosmetic problems such as: teeth that are too short; teeth that are slightly misaligned; teeth that have uneven gaps between them; teeth that are stained and cannot be corrected with traditional whitening methods; teeth that are chipped; teeth that have surface cracks in the enamel; and many other cosmetic smile problems. To meet with our dentist in New Hanover Township NJ and see what the best way is to correct your smile problem, contact us today.