Throughout history, dental care such as having porcelain veneers has been considered to be reserved for the wealthier members of society. Whilst in the past this may have been the case, with modern advances in technology there are a variety of tooth restoration options available to patients from all backgrounds and finance options to go along with them.
Thankfully, an affordable alternative to porcelain veneers has become available and this is composite bonding Harley Street. Smoothing out chips or cracks within the natural tooth, or creating a straightened appearance to the teeth without the need for braces or aligners. Using the same material that is used to create fillings, composite bonding enables patients to alter the appearance of their smile without long drawn out treatments or procedures.
Whilst the dental fix is not considered to be permanent, your dental team is able to shape the material to fit your individual tooth or teeth perfectly to blend into your natural mouth. This solution can then be used as a long term but temporary adjustment until a more extensive treatment or procedure is wanted or needed.
Unlike porcelain veneers that require a commitment to continue with the treatment for years and years to come, this particular tooth restoration method can be left to wear away and therefore should you wish to alter the smile, this particular method will not hinder this process or require years worth of check ups and top ups. It can either be left to wear down or topped up as per the patient’s individual preferences. No long term commitments or methods that you are unable to reverse.
Reducing and removing minor dental imperfections.
When discussing your dental options with your dentist, a variety of treatments and procedures that overwhelm you may be provided. It may be that you suffer from nerves surrounding visits to the dental practice and therefore realignment methods that require regular check-ups may not suit you. Luckily minor imperfections such as small gaps or the slight mis-direction of a tooth can be covered up with little effort and no damage to the tooth. The tooth will still be made to appear as natural as possible whilst providing a quick fix option to the imperfection.
Taking the first bold move.
As with all treatments and procedures, when first deciding upon which solution you want to adjust or remove your dental imperfections, you will need to have a thorough discussion with your dental team. This consultation process enables both you and your dentists to work as a team and ensure that you are fully informed of all the different aspects of the process. After all, whilst your dental team has up-to-date knowledge, the decision-making will always need to be made by you and your dental team. This teamwork ensures that you have the necessary knowledge to make informed decisions on the matter and have the right guidance from start to finish.
If you think that this dental solution may suit you, contact your dental team to open up the lines of communication and get your consultation in place.