Think about making esthetic repairs to your teeth when something is wrong with the tissue itself. Maybe you have a stain, so we remove or cover the stain. Maybe your tooth is too long, so we physically remove some of that tissue. Perhaps your tooth has a strange shape, so we re-sculpt the shape. Now, imagine your problem has to do with tissue that isn’t present. Maybe there’s space between two teeth. Since you cannot work on tissue that doesn’t exist, it’s a matter of relying on artificial tissue to make things look much prettier. Learn more about how dental bonding (and sometimes veneers) can help!
Spaces Between Teeth
The space between your teeth is just that: Space! We cannot work on it because it’s not really there. However, what we can do is make it go away through one of two options. We may choose dental bonding to cause your neighboring teeth to appear slightly wider to close the gap. Or, we may accomplish this with veneers.
That Little Space Above Or Below
Is there a tiny space above one of your bottom teeth or just below one of your top teeth that you can see when you close your teeth together and smile? If you have one short tooth, we can make it match the length of neighboring teeth with dental bonding or veneers!
A Bit Of Missing Tissue
Why does your tooth have that funny notch in it? Did you chip a tooth? If so, there’s a space where tissue once resided, which allowed you to enjoy the esthetic value and function of a full tooth! If you would like to fix this problem, so your tooth looks whole again and your smile benefits as a result, speak with us about dental bonding or a porcelain veneer, which can set things right once more.
Learn About Bonding And Veneers With Us!
Find out how to fill the little places in your smile that require additional tissue, so your smile appears continuous and lovely. Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.