Can I get a bonding again on my tooth, after my front tooth broke? (Photo)
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#Bonding or #crown
Bonding is considered temporary on front teeth and is likely to break again in the future. Whether it is 3 months from now or 3 years from now, the next time it breaks, it is likely to break off even more of your tooth with it. This means that the next time it breaks, you may be left with a tooth so short that it has to be extracted. This means that you would need an implant or bridge to replace that tooth. I would not take this chance because your tooth is right in the front. You do not want to pinch pennies when it comes to your 2 front teeth. Having one of these two teeth broken or missing a few years from now can severely age you and affect your personal life Two veneers might cost you about $2500 total, but should last you the next 20 to 30 years of your life. You will probably spend more than that on cloths in the next two years. I hope this helps. Follow me if you have more questions about this.
Sarah Thompson, DMD
Can I get a bonding again on my tooth, after my front tooth broke?
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