I had some bonding done on a front tooth, but it didn’t hold up. Now my dentist wants to put a dental crown on it. I don’t want to loose all that tooth structure. Is there another option?
Cassidy from New Mexico
If your bonding has worn out, you can replace it with porcelain veneers. However, first I would make sure if your dentist didn’t have another reason for wanting to use a crown instead. Is there something else wrong with the tooth aside from just bad bonding?
If there is nothing else structurally wrong with your tooth, than I think porcelain veneers would be your best option. Veneers last for many years.
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