All I need is the top 8 teeth bonded. They are yellow, gap and 1 twisted tooth. I want pearl white pretty teeth. Mother took tricycline while she was pregnant with me. I have always been ashamed of my teeth. Do have dental insurance.
Price to Have 8 Teeth Bonded?
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To bond or not to bond
Please go and visit a cosmetic dentist. For the issues you mentioned, Bonding may not be a feasible solution for you. Sounds to me you may have to look into veneers if you like a better and longer lasting solution.
Bonding for Tetracycline stained teeth
Before porcelain veneers, we used bonding for darker stained teeth. Bonding material is porcelain and plastic which is bonded to the front of your teeth to change shape or color. It will stain and gets dull rather quickly. Your teeth under the bonding may be able to be bleached with Kor or porcelain veneers or Lumineers placed. Search for a cosmetic dentist in your area and set up a consultation.
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Look into Invisalign and Veneers or Kor Whitening
Tetracycline stains are deep in the tooth and are challenging for patients and their dentists.
If you were happy with the alignment, I would try Kor Whitening- Deep bleaching that really works. You will never get out the grey of the tetracycline teeth but you can get out the yellow.
If you do not like the alignment of your teeth, go get braces-even Invisalign(the clear braces) can help. Then you can whiten with Kor.
If you don't want to whiten or do braces then veneers are the treatment choice for you. Be careful-You need a skilled dentist to mask the darkness that can show through with tetracycline teeth. Much success-
Dental bonding for tetracycline stains
Try whitening and enamel microabrasion first to tone down the tetracycline stains . A tooth that is less dark under the bonding will make it easier to achieve a brighter looking results
It can be hard to mask the tetracycline stains with just bonded veneers ,your ultimate goal for the best cosmetic result is porcelain veneers not plastic bonding
Dental bonding normally not satisfying
Cases where dental bonding is a "success" are when the condition is minor to start. Minor chips, gaps or length can be well done with bonding. If teeth are rotated, discolored, have several gaps and more, then the investment to bond will likely be met with remorse.
Porcelain veneers, whether minimal prep or not, are normally a better investment. Color control is better, they are stronger, more color stable, and can correct misalignments much better.
Seek an opinion of an experienced cosmetic dentist in your area, and plan to spend $10-15,000.
The attached video is all from porcelain veneers and not bonding.
You may need veneers.
Have a consultation with a dentist in your area. From what you described you may not be a candidate for bonding. It sounds like a veneer case to me. Bonding most likely will not permanently fix the problems you unhappy with. Porcelain veneers may be a better long term solution for you.