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Tooth bonding

Seeking tooth bonding to be done to fill in the gaps in between front two teeth. What are advantages and disadvantages for it? What would be the types of filling that is done? What is the average cost per gap?
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Your first option is Braces however not all cases can be successfully treated by this method especially if there is a disparity between your jaw and tooth size. The second option is veneers either composite or ceramic. Go to a good and experienced doctor who will be the best to advise you what would be the best choice for you. When done well both options will give you fantastic end results - natural looking and long term.
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Hi..the best and natural way is braces. Bonding also can be done but it looks artificial and is temporary.It usually costs 800-1200 per tooth. Regards
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As per your query, there are 2-3 options to fill the gaps. First one is by Composite veneers, that will cost around 800 per gap if we use the best brand of material. Second is to make veneers called E Max.they are the best and most good looking and natural. They will lift your smile. That will cost 8000 per tooth.The second option is permanent. First option may last for 2-3 years.
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