When it comes to improving your smile, dental bonding and veneers are the most popular cosmetic dentistry options. Both treatments have pros and cons, and the choice is ultimately determined by your dental needs and budget.
Because bonding and veneers are so similar, it's natural to wonder if you're a better fit for one or the other. At Westwood Dental in Draper, UT, Dr. Reynolds can help you choose the best dental treatments based on your specific requirements.
Dental bonding has been used in dentistry for many years as a low-cost and straightforward technique to fix teeth imperfections. Its primary advantages are that it is non-invasive and that it can be used to fix flaws ranging from tooth discoloration to gaps and spacing.
Dental bonding is an excellent solution for minor issues like chips in a tooth or restoring teeth after tooth decay treatments.
Veneers are a high-end, high-quality cosmetic dental procedure. The veneers we offer patients in Draper, Utah, can help you achieve a more harmonious and aesthetically pleasing look by transforming a dull or uneven smile.
The following are the main benefits of porcelain veneers:
Although bonding and veneers are both excellent solutions, there are significant differences when it comes to the specifics of each treatment.
Bonding is usually the best option for someone who wants to correct or repair a single tooth or a minor defect. Dental veneers, on the other hand, can change the appearance of your entire smile and fix multiple flaws as they cover the entire tooth.
Here's a rundown of some of the key distinctions between bonding and veneers:
If you want to find out if bonding or veneers are the right option for you, or if you have any questions about these treatments, get in touch with Westwood Dental in Draper, UT, at (801) 716-7006 and 11576 S State St Suite #1201, Draper, UT 84020.