Or they will they look much different comparing to the rest upper teeth? I heard that most of the time people get 6 or 8 veneers at once, but I am on a budget. Would be direct bonding a good alternative in a long run? I don't want to pay twice if I get bonding that may lasts few years and then to pay to replace the bonding with veneers. Any advice?
Can Veneers Be Done for Just Two Front Teeth to Close the Space Between Them?
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Veneers for two front teeth
Sure, veneers can only be done on the two front teeth to close the gap. It's something I do at my office frequently. We just have to pay careful attention to make sure everything matches up well. At our office, we have a master ceramist who makes the crowns, he's the one who will take the shade to make sure it's accurate.
It depends on the size of the space. There is an engineering proof called the Golden Principle which simply state says the width a tooth can be created and still look natural is dependent on the length. It is important that the veneer edges go under the gum a certain distance on the space side Dependent on how big the space is. Another idea is to cut some off the outside of the front teeth and bond or veneer the laterals and then bond the two centrals. This will create a beautiful balanced smile when done by a master cosmetic dentist.
Two Veneers may work to close your space
The placement of two Porcelain Veneers will most definitely work if the pre-existing space between your two front teeth is not too large. If the space is too large and you try to close it with just two Veneers it will make your Smile look unnatural. If there is a question about proportion and space a diagnostic wax up is the method to allow us to evaluate how many Veneers would be best or needed for your specific case. This trial or "mock" wax up will give you a realistic preview as to what you can expect from your final Porcelain Veneers. The question in your case is basically how much preexisting space exists between your two Centrals. Good Luck!
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2 Veneers to close a space
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Closing Your Front Gap
There are many times when I close the front gap with bonding-It can be beautiful and match your other teeth exactly. Sometimes the space is large and you must spread the space equally over the 4 front teeth. Have your dentist wax up your model and show you how you would look-Discuss bonding versus veneers and reasonable expectations. Bonding is less costly and can last for years-maybe not forever but if you like your color, it is a great beginning treatment. Once you do a veneer, you must always do veneers and remember they don't last forever either! Make sure to whiten your teeth before you begin any treatment.
Veneers or Bonding to Close Gap Between Upper Front Teeth
Hi...good question and I am assured you will get multiplle answers. You mentioned you are on a budget and veneers are costly. I would say that if the space is not large between the two teeth, then two veneers will look esthetically pleasing and work for you. They are a permanent solution to your smile problem, and without question, you should be very happy. The second optiion would be dental bonding. Dental bonding can be a very good solution and it does not always have to be a "temporary solution", if it is done well by the cosmetic dentist. It is by far within yoiur budget and will close the gap between your two front teeth beautifully. The pros of having the bonding are : It is much, much cheaper and it is non invasive and you are taking down no enamel or tooth strcture.
The veneers are permanent and you will have enamel removed and the tooth reduced to accomondate the new veneers and there is no going back once this is done and the veneers are costly and you want to get high quality one since they are your two front teeth.
You need to get at least two opinions before you start this procedure and if the dentist or treament coordinatior sounds like they are only interested in selling veneers, I would run the other direction as fast as I can. Expensive is not always the best answer for the patient. Do your homework and decide for yourself what is in your budget and what procedure YOU want!
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Veneers on your two front teeth
As long as the spacing is not an issue and the veneers will not appear too big then you should be able to just do two of them. 4,6 or 8 may be ideal but you have to do what you budget will allow. Good luck to you
Closing A Space With Two Veneers
The answer to your question depends on how wide the space is between your two front teeth. If it is not too large, then two veneers will close the space perfectly. With larger spaces additional teeth are needed for a natural looking result. If you could provide a picture of your teeth it would be very easy to tell you exactly how many veneers would be needed in your particular case.