Teeth Bonding | Dr. Andres De Cardenas
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Tooth or Teeth Bonding is typically considered by patients and dentists when one or more teeth have become stained, discolored, or damaged. A tooth colored plastic would be applied to the damaged tooth. Damaged teeth include, chipped or fractured teeth as well as teeth that may be decaying. Teeth bonding in Miami is a great solution to these arising issues.

Veneer Bonding

A recommended alternative by professionals are veneer bondings. Porcelain veneers are much stronger, stain-free and natural looking. Part of the procedures requires the dentist to first take a molding before it is manufactured. With porcelain veneers you are not as limited to the things you can eat or drink since they are stain-free you may still drink coffee or red wine. Once the porcelain veneer has been manufactured, the veneer is then bonded to the tooth using a specific dental instrument.

Dental Bonding

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