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If You Bond to Much, Can They Drill a Hole Through the Tooth?
For instance, if you had bonding done on the top of your front teeth and you replace it often (because of discoloring, and roughness). They would have to roughen your teeth every time they replace which would mean roughening or drilling the tooth. If you drill it too much, can it create a hole in the tooth? Can anyone say what can happen?
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