I hav e a gap in btr tween my teeth and I have gone to cosmetic dentist and orthodontist. One told me I should get a cosmetic bonding and the orthodontist said I should get braces. The problem is I don't want to get braces and the Invisalign is too expensive and and the bonding eventually comes out. So I really need a cheap and fast way to get rid of my space. Thank you.
I need a permenant and cheap way how two close my Gap between my front two center teeth?
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Cheap permanent fix for gap between the front teeth
Closing the gap between your two front teeth
As your orthodontist and your cosmetic dentist mentioned you do have several options. It's hard for us to tell you the perfect one since there are no photos of the gap nor X-Rays.
You have three options:
The first two have been mentioned to you, braces or a cosmetic bonding. The bonding, in the end, will not be permanent since it's a resin it will change colors and you will have to change it every 3 to 5 years.
Your other option is getting a Dental Vacation, there are several places outside the USA that offer same (or even better) quality, all FDA approved materials but at considerably lower prices.
In the end, it's your teeth and your smile, you should choose whatever makes you feel more comfortable since you're going to have them the rest of your life. Broaden your search and I'm sure you will find the solution that is best for you.
Fixing the gap
Invisalign is a great option as well and may be worth the initial investment as it will be more permanent in the long term.
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i can only suggest that there are many clear aligners on the market, such as inline, Inman and incognito which are as effective as Invisalign and significantly cheaper.
bonding is not a permanent solution, and veneers is very aggressive and not cheap
please look in to clear alignerrs
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