If you’re considering improving your smile, you may have heard about veneers and bonding as popular cosmetic dental procedures. While both can help correct various cosmetic issues, it’s important to understand the differences between the two.
Veneers are custom-made porcelain shells that are placed over the front of your teeth to improve their appearance. They are durable and long-lasting, making them ideal for correcting issues such as gaps, discoloration, and misshapen teeth.
Bonding, on the other hand, involves applying a tooth-colored composite material to your teeth and shaping it to enhance their appearance.
When choosing between veneers and bonding, it’s important to consider your specific needs and goals.
Veneers are more expensive but can provide a more permanent solution.
Bonding may be a better option if you have minor cosmetic issues that can be easily fixed, and it is generally a more affordable option.
To determine which option is best for you, it’s recommended to consult with one of our cosmetic dentists.
They can evaluate your teeth and discuss your goals to help you make an informed decision.
Whatever your choice, the cosmetic dentists at Dental Arts of Hastings-on-Hudson look forward to giving you a brighter, more confident smile.