Bonding for severe gum/bone recession.
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Can bonding be reversed?
Bonding can be reversed without harm to your tooth if the dentist did not remove any of your healthy tooth structure before bonding them. The bonding can be removed but it must be done very carefully so as not to damage your teeth.
In your case, you should have a dentist evaluate the bonding to see if it is causing any harm to your teeth or gums. Then you can decide if it needs to be removed for health reasons, or if you want it removed for cosmetic or other reasons.
Severe gum recession and bondings
The leakage and possible decay if it happens is much much likely along or below the gumline. I hope this information helps you. Dr M
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